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Spondias purpurea or Jocote

 
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In Nauatl its spelled xocotl I think it sounds like shocotl in english. Called siruela the same as a plum by most Mexicans.
I just wanted to say thanx to the guy from Boni fied for helping me to find the real name for it.
If you live in a very hot very dry place it is for you. Let's all get together and plant a big chunk of deasert with plants like these, and maybe Nopal or Chaca in Maya still sorry.

TY Jeffrey Hodgins
 
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Location: Foothills north of L.A., zone 9ish mediterranean
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I've got the hot and dry, but will it tolerate a frost? 
 
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they say down to -4 but frost will damage it
 
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