Fruit Trees

Green Thumb Sunday

My very first pictures for this green thumb Sunday are my Glenn Mango Tree in a pot. And a close up of my very last Gulf Ruby Plum just before I ate it. Plums are in the shops at the moment but I must say the one I grew had such a full and rich flavor. The ones in the shops are bland, perhaps I am biased.









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10 comments:

  1. Looks like you have a great collection of healthy fruit trees there Corey ... well done!

    What type of potting mix do you use?

    Rich

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  2. Nice trees! That's the reddest plum I've seen. Must be a different variety than we have here. Ours are so purple they are almost black. Happy GTS,
    Aiyana

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  3. It's nice to see things growing as we are going into the dormant season here! I do agree... things grown always seem to have much more flavor than those purchased at a shop!

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  4. Great trees! How nice to have fresh fruit so accessible! Welcome to Green Thumb Sunday!

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  5. That's great that you can grow your own fruit that way! We have a couple of apple trees and one peach tree. But mangos!! Yum!
    You might be interested in reading my blog post about mangos. LOL.
    Welcome to Green Thumb Sunday!

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  6. Richard, There are so many potting mix bags on the market. I used one of the more expensive ones at a place called bunnings in australia.

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  7. HI Correy,
    How amazing to see a mango tree in a pot. I must try that! Can you give us a bit more information about the plum? There are so many different types and I know the two that we get in the Caribbean are totally different to the ones that grow in Europe. I'm curious where your own fits in the scheme of things. Really interesting post. Do you grow guavas there by any chance?

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  8. Correy: I'm adding you to my side bar. Sorry it took so long. Thanks for the frequent stops at my blog and the kind comments. Good to have a friend way across the Pacific.

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  9. nice as trees!!! just a quick question, is it possible to grow mangoes in Victoria? if so, whats the best way of doing this?
    cheers! grace

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  10. Welcome to GTS - it'll be fun to come to your site as we are in the midst of winter!

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