Xisca Nicolas wrote:I prefered to drop the idea of atemoya and lychee for the need of water.
Xisca Nicolas wrote:Also, for this purpose, any idea of berries to be eaten out of hand?
Ground cherry? Beautyberry?
Jim Porter wrote:Ground cherry? Beautyberry?
Josh Jamison wrote:What is your zone?
Xisca Nicolas wrote:
How interesting it was to discover the beautyberry!
Some people find it weedy, very weedy... I take care when introducing, and this one seems poisonous for cattle.
(any more experience with it?)
And will I have a lot to eat?
(I'm off sugar, so no jam)
Xisca Nicolas wrote:Yes, I dropped paw paw as being more for temperate. They are fruiting now?
Xisca Nicolas wrote:I did not know muscadine, is it possible to grow it from seed?
When are the earliest fruits?
It is from Florida, but looks less drought resistant than the common vine, doesn't it? Less fruits or same?
I have vine, but they grow wild, and feed the blackbirds.
I have mildew or oïdium I don't know, well, the plants get white with powder.
If muscadine is resistant and does not need too much water nor moist air... might be great!
More search... looks drough resistant when settled...
bu! "Muscadines are shallow rooted with most of the feeder roots in the top ½ inch of soil."
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