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    • AG47
    • By AG47 14th Sep 17, 10:38 AM
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    Best fruit trees for permanant greenhouse
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    • 14th Sep 17, 10:38 AM
    Best fruit trees for permanant greenhouse 14th Sep 17 at 10:38 AM
    Which fruit trees (or vines) produce the most crop for the least space?

    I'm going to be growing oranges, few different varieties

    And Papia and what else for a great quality green house for growing tropical semi tropical fruits?
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    • peter_the_piper
    • By peter_the_piper 14th Sep 17, 6:58 PM
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    Maybe an idea of the size of the greenhouse would help people guide you.
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    • By Waterlily24 15th Sep 17, 12:21 PM
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    We've got a grape vine in our greenhouse, it was left in the old greenhouse when we moved here. It was a huge greenhouse but falling down lol. We bought a new greenhouse, no where near as big as the old one but big enough. The grapevine seems to take over though and we have to cut it back a lot.
    • DaftyDuck
    • By DaftyDuck 15th Sep 17, 1:26 PM
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    Don't forget, with a grapevine, you don't need to keep it all in the greenhouse. Keep the roots in there, and the early growth will be protected. Let a stem or two run out of a (broken or removed) window, and it will grow rampant.

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    • Farway
    • By Farway 15th Sep 17, 4:21 PM
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    • 15th Sep 17, 4:21 PM
    Don't forget, with a grapevine, you don't need to keep it all in the greenhouse. Keep the roots in there, and the early growth will be protected. Let a stem or two run out of a (broken or removed) window, and it will grow rampant.

    Very effective, a Georgian favourite
    Originally posted by DaftyDuck
    I think you will find it is the other way round, roots outside, saves watering, with growth in side for fruit protection & early ripening
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