Featured Question How many edible plants do you grow?

Discussion in 'Fruit & Vegetable Growing' started by Steve, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. Mark

    Mark Founder Staff Member

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    I have a full sized pomegranate and I keep it pruned to about 8 feet high. The fruit fly love stinging the fruit though... no grub usually grows inside but it ruins the overall development of the fruit.
     
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    DarrenP Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Might have to go with a full sized pomegranate, our birds love them. Have been thinking about loquats too.
     
  3. Mark

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    Birds love them also! :D
     
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    Helen Auriga Ecological Farming & Landcare Premium Member GOLD

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    Lemon, fig, cape gooseberry, blueberry, tomato, cucumber, beetroot, lettuce, coriander, parsley, zucchini, spinach, asparagus, strawberries, squash, pumpkin, passion fruit, snow peas, beans, raspberry, onion, garlic, lemonbalm, nasturtium, radish, sage, valerian, jujube, cranberries, goji, kiwiberry, sloeberry, capsicum, broadbean, peach, apple, mint, lucerne, stone pine (pinenuts), chamomile, rhubarb and rosemary. =42. This winter apricot is on my wishlist.
     
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