Friday, April 4, 2014

Thanks to long time key member of the Tampa Rare Fruit Council Andrew Hendrickson I now have four seedlings up of this luscious fruit in the pot he gave me at a meeting. He's given me a few small baggies of the fruit....wonderful tart sweet flavor. I'll put three in 1 gallon pots and the fourth in a 5-7 gallon Water Wise Container Garden and likely bury it in the rapidly evolving south bed that I let get ruined by Muscovy ducks and Cassia alata seedlings in two failed experiments. This plus Strawberry Guava and Everbearing Mulberry plus the usual guava are fruit trees I want duplicates of due to my so enjoying them.

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