Any gardeners?

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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Who Knows what this is? Its called a Miracle Berry, it makes sour taste sweet, I can eat a Lemon and its sweeter then an Orange after you eat this berry, Effects Lasts for 45 minutes weird and COOL!
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Limes,Tangerines
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby Purple and Gold » Fri Feb 01, 2019

wow, I like that berry! Im going to search for one
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby Purple and Gold » Fri Feb 01, 2019

stumpdust wrote:Limes,Tangerines


As costly as limes and lemons are, its good to have your own organic supply :)
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Strawberry Guava, Lemon Guava, Ruby Supreme Guava
I have a very small front yard and grow all this in it
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

I think this is the last, Pineapple guava
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Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Purple and Gold wrote:
stumpdust wrote:Limes,Tangerines


As costly as limes and lemons are, its good to have your own organic supply :)


They grow in bunches and these trees are small maybe 5 to 6 feet high

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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Purple and Gold wrote:wow, I like that berry! Im going to search for one


I bought most of these trees on Ebay search and you will find it there

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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Lemon tree makes bunches
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby Purple and Gold » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Those little red apple looking things look like my Mayhaw berries
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Postby Purple and Gold » Fri Feb 01, 2019

stumpdust wrote:Lemon tree makes bunches


Is that Meyer Lemons? Sure are big!
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Purple and Gold wrote:
stumpdust wrote:Lemon tree makes bunches


Is that Meyer Lemons? Sure are big!


No its a Eureka lemon, I do have a Meyer lemon as well its pretty small as well but makes tons of fruit ,only a few left till new blooms , the Meyer is a smooth skin fruit and very Juicy
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Purple and Gold wrote:Those little red apple looking things look like my Mayhaw berries


Strawberry Guavas, Very tasty the tree makes thousands of them

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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby stumpdust » Fri Feb 01, 2019

Purple and Gold wrote:
stumpdust wrote:My Navel tree is loaded as well, gonna pick it today


Same here, pickin and grinning time :) Those blooms will be here soon, I have Mayhaw blooms already, even with the couple of freezes we've had
I see that you actually trim your tree! lol Mine is just growing wild, but its been doing that for about 25 yrs
Im amazed that size tree grew in a pot :thumbup:


Its not in the wine barrel(pot) , I transplanted that tree 15 years ago from a job that it was going to be removed from.

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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby AGhead » Sat Feb 02, 2019

I'm jelly! We don't have citrus or alvocodo growing ability in my zone. Yall's all look very healthy and desirable. :clap:
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Postby Brick's » Sat Feb 02, 2019

AGhead wrote:I'm jelly! We don't have citrus or avocado growing ability in my zone. Yall's all look very healthy and desirable. :clap:


Ditto. To add, but I will the next place I live.
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby MaryB » Sat Feb 02, 2019

Just getting my seed order figured out... planning a colder/wetter than normal summer so adjusting...

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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby gramcracker » Sat Feb 02, 2019

Pruned 2 apple trees today. Only 2 more apples to go plus 2 cherries, 4 blueberries the wild black raspberries. Looking forward to the 400 narcissus we stuck in last Fall along with 4 beds of garlic. Good thing we a cutting back on gardening.
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Postby tdtwedt » Wed Apr 10, 2019

Florida Will Now Generously Allow Homeowners To Garden In Their Own Yards

Late last month, the Florida Senate affirmed the right of self-reliant people statewide to grow vegetable gardens in their front yards.


https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04- ... -own-yards
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Re: Any gardeners?

Postby MaryB » Wed Apr 10, 2019

My strawberries are up... and now under 4" of snow... alpine type so I think they will survive... I hope...

Got the seed order in, started clearing out last years garden leftovers but now need to wait for snow to melt AGAIN!

Last forecast was 8-12 inches of this wet slop...


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