Dragon fruit harvest

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  1. Tony Baker

    Tony Baker Active Member Premium Member

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    My wife sent me this pic this morning. Sadly I can eat any....:mad:

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    Great harvest Tony - not long to go mate!
     
  3. Tony Baker

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    No another two months and I can get back into the garden.
     
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    Great harvest Tony would love to have that lot to chew on you are doing well. Dave
     
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    Thanks Dave. I haven't done much to them this year as I've been away. Thank god they are hardy because my garden has suffered under the black thumb of my non gardening wife;):whistles:
     
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    Hi Tony hope your wife doesn't read this or when you get home she might of watered them all with roundup. Dave
     
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    I’d love a pic of the plants to see how you have them positioned and growing!
     
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    Mya audio is poor as I was just playing around with a gopro


    The treated pine sleepers I had some of them up snapped in a storm so I have to sort that out when I return home.
     
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