ClissAT thanks for the tip, it sounds like a great way to keep dragon cuttings when you haven’t got the time to pot them up, I’m all for things that make life a little easier. My dragons are only small at the moment but once they get big enough I’m hoping to share and this will work a treat.:D
We are looking at planting them in our garden bed which receives about six hours of full sun and dappled shade the rest of the day. We have hardwood stakes etc all ready to put in so I’m really pleased that they are not invasive, I would much rather have them in the ground than in a pot.
My partner brought two pitaya a few weeks ago which are in small pots so we are looking at planting them out. I am a bit concerned that if we plant them in the ground the roots could be invasive and difficult to remove if need be so was thinking that maybe we should just put them into a larger...
I enjoyed your video as I love rosella jam. I was thinking of putting in a couple of plants and was wondering how long they are usually productive for, and how often they fruit, once or twice a year?
Thanks for the welcome Mark. I do find gardening exciting and in fact I have to restrain myself otherwise I would plant everything that sounds nice, regardless of whether the family likes it or not. :rolleyes:
As they say gardening is a journey and I am just starting so it’s great to know there...
Thanks for the welcome Kasalia. I have been going through the posts and there is just so much information, it’s great, but I’m sure I’ll have loads of questions in the future.
Lol, Cheers Stevo, It’s nice to know I’m in good company.
My name is Jacqui and I live in Brisbane. I am new to gardening having just started up my small patch about 12 months ago so everything is a learning experience for me. I love the site, already I have learnt so much just cruising around and when you’re a beginner it’s great to know that...