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Growing Silverbeet, also Swiss Chard or Mangold

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04 Jun 19 Karan (South Africa - Dry summer sub-tropical climate)
I know it's not present topic,but can you help me .i have a pomergranite tree , bears flowers ,double but falls of. It's three years old and I have planted in a big pot,please can you help. Karan (Gardenate is for vegetables but perhaps someone could help?)
11 Dec 19 Alistair Dimmick (Australia - temperate climate)
A lot of fruit trees take 3 to 5 years to start bearing fruit. Some may take a few years after its first fruiting for it to be tasty. Persist with it and it should be ok.
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