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The carrots are loving it in the food forest!
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I think I found American ground nut (Apios americana).
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The pomegranates like it hot and dry.
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Steve Thorn
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These apple seedling rootstocks surprised me with how fast they grew this year, from two inches to almost six feet!
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These are three of four of my biggest peach trees at the moment. The fourth one was grown from seed and will probably pass these by the end of the year.
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Some like it hot, some like it cold, some like it in the food forest nine days old. Okra like it hot.
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This is my food forest. Treasure Coast, Florida.
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Steve Thorn
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Very neat, Barbara!

What are some of the trees you have planted there in Florida?
 
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Steve Thorn wrote:Very neat, Barbara!

What are some of the trees you have planted there in Florida?



 Mulberry. Mango. Moringa, Coconut, Barbados Cherry. Papaya. Avocado,. Banana, and just today planted a Loquat and  a native Blackberry.
 
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    Forgot to add......Guava, Soursop and Elderberry!
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