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  1. Taste of the tropics: How to grow mangos and avocados in Sydney

    Taste of the tropics: How to grow mangos and avocados in Sydney
    Temperate gardeners already grow subtropical fruiting plants such as lemons, oranges and passionfruit. Don’t stop there. Several other fruits, which in the past were seen as unsuited to temperate gardens such those in Sydney, can be grown successfully. It’s time to add avocados and even mangos to your productive garden. We can now grow these delicious fruits in cooler zones...
  2. Simply Citrus

    Simply Citrus
    Your citrus grove doesn’t need to stop at a lemon or lime. If you have lots of sunny, well-drained garden space available, citrus are both productive and ornamental.
  3. Multigrafts

    Multigrafts
    Multigraft trees are a great alternative for small gardens where space is limited as several tree varieties have been grafted to each other. Granny Smith/Jonathan/Golden Delicious Apples Maturity: ‘Granny Smith’ Late season. ‘Jonathan’ Early to mid-season. ‘Golden Delicious’ Mid-season. Suggested Pollinators: Suitable cultivars for cross pollination have been grafted on to the one tree. Comments: Tree grows to 4 x 4m  ...

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