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When do you plant Feijoas? I live by a beach in Wellington, will feijoa trees be happy in a large pot of sand/soil mix and what variety can you recommend for my climate? And lastly I have a tiny concrete courtyard and don’t really get birds or bumblebees so do I have to plant 2 varieties for self-fertilisation?

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Fruit trees are normally planted in autumn when they’re partially or fully dormant. Feijoas are really quite hardy and cope pretty much anything you can throw at them. Have a look at the following link to see what variety would suit you best http://www.edible.co.nz/fruits.php?fruitid=19 Planting more than 1 variety will give you an extended fruiting season. Normally pollination is not a problem as feijoas are very common in NZ gardens and birds will travel a long way to pollinate.

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