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Quandong Fruit Trees – Tips On Growing Quandong Fruit In Gardens

By Amy Grant

Australia is home to a wealth of native plants, many of which most of us have never heard of. Unless you were born down under, chances are you have never heard of quandong fruit trees. What is a quandong tree and what are some of its uses - Click here.

Above: Photograph by Michelle Slatalla.

You’ve heard this before, but have you really absorbed the truth? Fiddle-leaf fig trees don’t like: drafts, soil that is too wet, soil that is too dry, too much sun, not enough sun, dry air, or loud music. (OK, just kidding about that last one.) Good luck with your fiddle-leaf fig tree—for its birthday, you may want to get it a humidifier.

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Credits for images shared to Nature & Garden (all edits by Gaspard Lorthiois):
Jade tree (also on social media) by Heung Soon ★ under Pixabay license
Jade tree flower with bee by Chris Vitali ☆, private agreement (Reddit user)
Crassula ovata ‘Hummel’s Sunset’ by Tony Rodd ★ under © CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Gollum Jade by Jeff Oien ★ under © CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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