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Fruits of my subtropical food forest garden on Tenerife Island

 
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If you want to see the list...please follow this link

http://sublimart.blogspot.pt/2014/04/my-plants-and-trees-list.html

 
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D you have all these producing at your place?
By the way, tamarind is not a nitrogen fixer if I believe what they say, like the carob.

Hello from the neighbour island!
 
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Hi

Some of the trees are not fruiting yet...some others are more than 100 years old

Hope to have you one of these days visiting atlantis
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