EVERY Fruit Tree We're Growing Full Garden Tour


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50 thoughts on “EVERY Fruit Tree We're Growing Full Garden Tour”

  1. G'day Everyone! I tried to get this video uploaded yesterday but alas YouTube had other ideas and the upload failed for some reason… Anyway, here it is – thanks for your support 🙂

  2. You have an amazing amount of fruit trees. Just to know all the names and know exactly what each one needs.
    I've never heard of many of them . Like the black pudding tree. I live in a hot area of California kind of by wine country near San Diego. I wonder if some of them would grow here?

  3. Wow you have a farm. How do you have the time? That's more than a full time job. I've got the property but with working a full time job, my time is limited. I'm starting some plants this year we will see how it goes

  4. Better if you cultivate or remove the dry leaves of your banana to give you a big fruit next time and also I suggest that it maybe good if you harvest the ripe fruit to give you again another perfect and new flowers

  5. Nice mix. You had me on edge until I saw the pawpaw trees. I had a catalogue from a great exotic fruit-tree nursery somewhere over your way and I had half a dozen trees picked out, including the black sapote tree (chocolate pudding tree). The wife nixed my ideas and only wanted ornamentals, she's now my ex 🙂
    It's been a couple of years since this vid, I hope they're all doing well. A lot of old favourites of mine in there. If you haven't got one yet, grab a lychee tree. A mate had one and I could sit under it eating till ready to burst.
    I'm sure someone has already told you, or you've worked out, how the custard apples ripen. I love them. Monsterio is another one that you need to pick at the right time, but they do ripen on the bench too if not picked too early.
    Lovely place and great orchard. Thanks for this vid… actually, all your vids have been great to watch.

  6. 1) For some of your citrus with yellow green leaves, they might need some chelated iron fertilizer… for such small plants, make the dosage 50% till they grow about 3 feet in diameter & height!!
    2) The flat peach is called a donut variety in the USA.

  7. borax with little water and white sugar. works wonders for aphids. ants go, take the borax sugar back to their nest. They love the sugar and love sharing it with the colony. they also can't process the borax and it wipes them out at home.. organically

  8. Maybe i should do a tour " Here is the few apple trees that managed to kling onto life last winter, let the lord bless us with another 5 mild ones. And that the moose simply don't just chomp it off when it feel peckish!"

  9. There's a type of kumquat tree that can grow in America. I really want to buy one. It's in a greenhouse and the type I want to purchase the fruits are shaped like an oval which is different then the kind you have.

  10. As someone who also lives northside of the river I really appreciate seeing how many things will actually grow here. Going to go research Panama berry now because if fairy floss is in the description of ANYTHING I'm sold.

    I am currently experimenting with Tomatillos (from seed) some going ok so far despite La Niña putting a "dampener" (and mould) on 90% of my gardening aspirations 😞

  11. CUSTARD APPLE – I pick them hard and green, based on size. Nice and big, then you get heaps of fresh outside of seeds. They ripen very quickly once picked…3-5days which always surprises me. Ripeness similar to avocado, firmer is better. Usually a 1 day window of perfection. Too green tastes boring. Too ripe still tastes good but texture is gritty. Cheers Mark, Gold Coast

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