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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. Growing tropical fruit in Sydney: our 5 top tips

    Growing tropical fruit in Sydney: our 5 top tips
    There's nothing better in summer than fresh, juicy tropical fruit - especially if you've grown it yourself! No, you don't have to be a commercial grower on a beautiful Queensland plantation to reap a great harvest. It is definitely possible for you to grow your own tropical fruit, even in less-than-tropical Sydney. Here are our five top tips.   Influence...
  3. Where’s my fruit?

    Where’s my fruit?
    We think flowers are just there to look pretty, but for the plant, they are how they reproduce themselves. If you've got flowers but no fruit on your fruit trees, chances are you're missing a vital piece of the puzzle: pollination.   A bee pollinating a plum blossom. Pollen basics Most flowers contain male and female parts, which are usually...

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