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If so, what did you do to make them grow better? What kind of fertiliser do you use? Do you get many berries?

Posted by Jen2019, 19th November 2020

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  • I am intrigued by the question and answers and plan to ask at the nursery.

  • Apparently they are super easy to grow in Australia but take years before fruiting. I imagine it would be like any other fruit tree – water deeply when needed and fertilise.

  • No experience – but happy to read the answers. A garden nursery should be able to assist you.

  • No I haven’t either.
    You might find some helpful tips here

  • No I haven’t, Im sure it could be done though. Please let us know if you have any success as Im a keen gardener and curious if they take.

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