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Reply #20 - Mar 27th, 2021 at 1:55pm

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Kev, I have a mix of around 200 grevilleas and callistemons now.  All grown from tiny tube stock.
 

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Reply #21 - Mar 27th, 2021 at 2:20pm

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I got a lot of my from a native nursery  I would go there for lunch and a spend up every couple of weeks I also was a member of a grevillea group and attended meeting and they had sale tables. raffles and freebies there were members who bred them That was the ways I got them. I enjoyed them then and I still do now.
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Reply #22 - Sep 16th, 2021 at 7:03pm

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The fruits of my labours.

Started eating home grown paw paws and mulberries this week.

The mulberry tree is only a dwarf one but is laden with fruit.  Hoping to get enough to make a pie or two.
 

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Reply #23 - Sep 16th, 2021 at 8:14pm

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Nice fresh home grown fruit there Derek. It's a wonder some of your feathered friends haven't eaten them on you.

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Looking good. Enjoy the fruit/
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Reply #25 - Sep 17th, 2021 at 7:49pm

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You will need this Derek, best Mulberry Pies Ive ever made, knocked  a pile of them out when last in Silverton, Mob of huge old trees down along the creek if you know where to look. Spent half my life in them as a kid.
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Trees are all looking good .....well done.
 
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