Fruit tree collection growing

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  1. Ray Speed

    Ray Speed Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Very happy with our little collection of fruit tree's, growing well, very dry currently, mulching is our friend
     
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    BLUE JAVA -
    WILLIAMS CAVENDISH
    DWARF RED DACCA
    Have just been ordered, getting ready now :)
     
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    AndrewB Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Nice collection Ray.

    Have you tried Loquat? I've had them in a few places now, the bees go nuts for them & they always seem to have loads of fruit each season.

    A good drought tolerant fruit tree.
     
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    Hi Mate
    yes we have looked at them, and will more than likely add one to our collection :)
     
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    Very nice, how much land do you have there?
     
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    Hi there
    we are on a nice little 1.5 park like acres :)|
    not too small and not too big, we are currently preparing to fence most of the rear of the property, we will separate this into 3 paddocks, to free range our chooks 15-20 birds, I am building a larger quail house this will house 20odd little berbs and generously planting fruit bearing tree's
     
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    That all sounds wonderful Ray. Separating the chooks from your orchard area sounds like a grid idea :)
     
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