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 Post subject: LillyPilly
PostPosted: Thu Feb 25, 2010 11:41 pm 
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Heh EB,

How are the lillypillys going at the shop?

Any chance of getting some seeds when it fruits?

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 Post subject: Re: LillyPilly
PostPosted: Sat Feb 27, 2010 12:41 am 
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Just comin into fruit now.... We have heaps of them, and they are very viable, you can even grab a few of the plants in the garden that have sprouted from last year if you like...

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 Post subject: Re: LillyPilly
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Thanks Joel, :thunbs:

Might drop down next weekend if there are a few ready to pick.

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 Post subject: Re: LillyPilly
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Yep, easy mate,.....

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 Post subject: Re: LillyPilly
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And if you're wondering about the seed viability, just check out around the base of the tree. We smothered all the seedlings with old diatomite to try and get them under control, it was a mat of green seedlings under the whole tree. Thousands of plants...

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 Post subject: Re: LillyPilly
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So, did the diatomite work ? Still looks like there's plenty going on under there .....

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 Post subject: Re: LillyPilly
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The rest of the garden is rather smothered, that's just one small area where we were running out under the lantana bush..

Yes, worked well, they are pretty smothered through the rest of the garden.

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