Friday, March 16, 2012

I lost my beloved ten year old Barbados Cherry three winters ago to a very hard was already drought and shade stressed. The one I rooted last year is thriving in a buried 55 gallon Water Wise Container garden in my south bed out back as part of that longstanding and still evolving food forest along with bananas, a seedling citrus (am cutting it down as the fruit are meager in number and like a dry lemon), chaya, Jamaican Cherry (Mutingia calabura), Triumph muscadine grape, African Yellow Yams and papayas, with more papayas to come, and a lychee in that same container garden. 

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