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NinaR's Edible Backyard

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Subtropicalunusual fruit in sa - Thanks for your responses. Peter - sounds like you have a nice collection of fruiting trees. Does babaco taste nice? I recently discovered that plant on the diggers website. I'd love to try growing some more guavas and other unusual fruit but then w..1852 days 14hrs
Fruiting hedge - Thank you Ollie! ..1852 days 14hrs
Subtropicalunusual fruit in sa - Hello SA fruit growers, I would like some info from you all as to what subtropical (and tropical - but perhaps too unrealistic?!) or unusual fruit you have had success growing in your yard and any tips in growing the same. I'm in the midst of planning m..1862 days 13hrs
Multiple trees in one hole multigrafted trees - Thanks for your replies. Definitely considering some trees in pots and also looking more into grafting. I've heard that grafting can sometimes result in the grafted limb becoming too heavy for the host plant (due to vigorous growth presumably) and split..1862 days 14hrs
Fruiting hedge - I'm considering pulling out the plants currently forming the hedge in my front yard and replacing with fruiting plants. I'd like the very front section of the hedge to grow about 1 metre in height (yes, I realise pruning will be involved!) and the small s..1869 days 11hrs

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