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Don C's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/02/14 Updated: 01/02/14 Frost:
Location: Karangi


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When will my new nectarine tree flower - Hi Doris, From what I have read, you should expect the fruit to be ready to pick by Dec in your location, earlier in places with warmer winters. The page for each variety has customer feedback on the bottom and some people put in their fruiting months. T..1178 days 9hrs
Fruit trees in the illawarra - There is another thread that you may wish to look at http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/forum/tropical-fruit-trees-successfuly-grown-in-sydneywollongongnewcastle3/ The Illawara seems to have quite a strong community of growers, so try visiting some of the com..1191 days 11hrs
When will my new nectarine tree flower - Hi Murf. If the tree was heavily pruned when planted the fruit bearing wood may have been removed. Does it have flower buds? http://www.ent.uga.edu/peach/peachhbk/pdf/stages.pdf I think it is a mid season fruiter, around late January for you. You should ..1193 days 1hrs
Planting fruit trees3 - Sounds like a lot of planning required. Contrasting requirements, on the one hand you want your trees bearing well when you move in, on the other it is not advisable for the trees to be bearing before you move in. If they do and there is no-one to manage..1213 days 9hrs
Apricot tree10 - Hi Crochet. Just letting you know that I noticed my apricot had broken dormancy three days ago. Hopefully, yours will soon, if it hasn't already...1220 days 8hrs


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