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Miracle Fruit Berry Synsepalum

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Josh starts with ...
Anyone heard of Miracle Fruit (Synsepalum)? I just ordered some from www.miraclefruitworld.com and I would like to know if you have any foods or recipes to recommend? As I heard it is lots of fun!
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22nd July 2008 5:46am
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HappyEarth says...
Hey Josh,

Ive had one growing here in wollongong for the last few years that has fruited. The berries are a nice party trick turning sour fruits into sweet treats.

The plant likes acidic soil and must be placed in the part shade. i have mine in a pot which i now bring in side during the winter.

Good luck!

Rich
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psycloud says...
I recently bought a miracle fruit tree and the leaves are turning black and falling off on the newly sprouting leafs, the old leaves that it original had are still green, but they don't look the healthiest either.

I planted it in peat moss and perlite mixed together and I water it about once a week.

I have kept it in my room for the past 2 months, because it was still chilly in the morning and evening. The temperature in the house usually stays at 70. And because I live on the coast the humidity is almost always above 50%. And even as I am writing this, there is 70% humidity in the house, so says the meter on the wall.

Any ideas what could be wrong with my miracle fruit plant?

Ken
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14th April 2009 2:32am
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Ellen says...
the plant need to be expose to direct sunlight, not poor lighting area . Insufficient light can cause it to go down hill too .
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psycloud says...
Well, I must say, my room is not the brightest, but it was in front of the window.

I'll try setting it out during the day until it gets warm enough outside at night to leave it on the porch all the time.

Ken
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14th April 2009 7:22am
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aneh says...
any one have any idea what time of the year these fruit?
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aneh
Perth
14th April 2009 8:25pm
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russ says...
no idea about the fruiting, but for Perth residents, last time i went to tass1trees he had some for sale.
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