hi, i bought a few of them recently at cape garden centre (40 bucks a pop though i bought the smallest sized ones).
i live like two postcodes away from you so i'm hoping the soil in my yard will work for this shrub.
oh and the neat thing about where i bought them from was in the shop area they are kept, many fruits had fallen to the ground and while they had dried out in the pots of olives and other trees i collected a few of them so now i'm going to try my hand at growing them from seed too.
dip your cuttings in honey, water with diluted asprin water or get that kelp iquid growth hormone stuff (kelpak) they sell at checkers if you want your cuttings to take off.
great article, cheers
hey weird, this is supposed to be about the kei apples and i thought i added a comment. anyway jsut some info for you did not mean for it to be a contribution, not meant to be a contribution. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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