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Two different nursery today picked up a strawberry tree, Red Roselle, large leaf moringa tree, a southern home grape vine and a dwarf ever bearing Mulberry tree.

Donto101 7 June 2
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All very exotic to me. I had never heard of a strawberry tree before.

They are really amazing. It looks like a cherries but you pop the whole thing in your mouth and bit it you get a burst of juice that taste like Cotton candy.

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Planting a permaculture food forest?

Yes slowly but surely

@Donto101 right on!

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I love those photos! Thank you. You have so much on the go!

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I envy you your growing climate!!

All climates have their advantages and disadvantages there is only 2 type of apples I can grow and they ain’t that great. Stone fruits that will fruit are few and far between. And again not the greatest quality. Some of the more tropical plants I have to build a green house for. But there are many subtropical ones that grow great.

@Donto101 A few ideas on green houses from down here:
How to Build a Geodesic Dome Greenhouse [homefixated.com]
And
Zip Tie Domes Australia - Geodesic Dome Greenhouse Kits and Chicken Coop Kits for Sale [ziptiedomes.com.au]
And my favourite
How to Build an Inexpensive Hoop-Style Greenhouse | Alberta Home Gardening [albertahomegardening.com]

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