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21 May 2020 @ 17:29:35 pm
Jan Meyer
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Nou dat alles in en om die huis se werkies gedoen is en ek weer werk van die huis af is daar tog baie tyd om iets te doen. 

Het Bonsai vyeboom so 'n jaar gelede as geskenk gekry en Elmarie het vir my 'n olyfboom gekoop vir een leë pot. Loop anderdag deur 'n kwekery en sien die pragtige kumquart boom vol vrugte in 'n pot. 

Net daar byt die gogga my en ek koop hom en nou is ek skielik lus om met vrugte bome in potte te begin as stokperdjie. 

Baie interesante Bonsai boontjies gesien op internet en alhoewel ek nie juis met  Bonsai wil eksperimenteer nie maar net met vrugte bome in potte. 

Nie juis goedkoop die bome nie maar wil dit graag probeer.

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22 May 2020 @ 10:44:25 am
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Interesant. Hoe vergelyk die vrug op die ou einde met die een wat in tuin geplant sou wees? Is vrug kleiner? Dra boom minder? Smaak verskil?

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22 May 2020 @ 13:25:03 pm
Jan Meyer
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Geert, ek het van die bome gesien wat vol vrugte is en slegs bietjie kleiner as normaal. Die kumquart wat ek het is vol vrugte en smaak dieselfde. So 1.5 meter hoog binne in die pot.

Het selfs vyeboom gesien met 'n swaar drag vrugte. 

My belangstelling is heelwat geprikkel en sal die naweek bietjie rondry en nog bome gaan soek.

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22 May 2020 @ 19:12:21 pm
RichardJ
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Jan, great hobby.

I started my gardening interest by trying to grow bonsais. I collected little trees/seedlings from where-ever I found them. My dog took a liking to the taste of the pots and destroyed my collection.

20 odd years ago I got a Marula seedling, which I gave to my neighbours about 10 years ago, who grow amazing bonsais.

Little fruit trees are a great idea. So many can be grown from seed, avo, peaches, apples pears etc. Kumquat  is a good idea as it has small fruit. I believe the fruit stay normal size'ish

In KZN you have many fruits to choose from. Of course Cherry trees are Japanese classics.

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