This Blog has proved to be popular in the past, for many reasons - It allows Members to hear about your New Planting, Planned Plantings and Programme of Dealing with Unwelcome Visitors to the Garden. as well as Fertilizing etc. A Blog where if you have a Question, Answer or Suggestion, it is hoped you will get a good response.
I myself had a big change in the Front Garden which is evident in my, Blog http://brisbanelocalfood.ning.com/profiles/blogs/dianne-s-garden-wa... and http://brisbanelocalfood.ning.com/profiles/blogs/dianne-s-garden-wa... response.
I know these are not technically edibles but they just looked too pretty in the garden not to share. The 1st is Petrea volubilis, Petrea kohautiana. Family: Verbenaceae Common name: Queen's Wreath, Sandpaper Vine, Purple Wreath, Blue Bird Vine, ...
The is 2nd Lamarque Bred by Marechal, France, 1830, Noisette rose
What I haven't said in those Blogs is that it is time for me to Fertilize my Citrus, I will do this with some of our own Compost and a Fruit Trees Fertilizer in the ECO range (Organic). I will also add Fertilizer to all other Fruit Trees, (except newly planted ones and those less than a year planted which I will use Seaweed and Worm Juice on).
I have found an excellent site for growing Fruit Trees in Extreme & Other Conditions and though it is not for our country I found it very useful, http://www.tropicamango.com/avocado.html
I will stop waffling on now...Keep Those Green Fingers, Green
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