It is exceptional... meditarranean for sure, winter rain. oceanic, with 70% humidity right now... and subtropical.
Tomas Remiarz wrote:I'm a big fan of leaf crops from trees and shrubs, but with little experience of your climate.
Will the Chinese toon tree grow in your climate?
And what about saltbush (atriplex halimus)
Honey locust could be a fodder crop
Inga edulis for food and fodder
Tyler Ludens wrote:Lime aka Linden aka Basswood Tilia species - edible leaves
Elm Ulmus species - edible seeds, both green and mature
Rose Rosa species - edible flower petals
Redbud Cercis species - edible seed pods
Honey Mesquite Prosopis glandulosa - edible pods
Palo verde Cercidium or Parkinsonia species - edible flowers and seeds
Maxene Dee wrote:I am really interested for olive and moringa also!
There's no place like 127.0.0.1. But I'll always remember this tiny ad:
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