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Mr Smith1's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: Houston, Texas

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Gac fruit anyone - Just in case you all want to see how the Thai people germinate their seeds, here is a link to the video. You do not have to understand the language. The video explains it all. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw8tl3RbjVY&index=67&list=PL5mtfnA_4ka6vCn5..2708 days 18hrs
Gac fruit anyone - I was so excited today to find these fruits hanging 20ft in the tree. It is growing on one of my original 3 years old vines. I have never seen them flowered except one male plant which flowered every year from year one. I was thinking the other 3 was ster..2722 days 19hrs
Gac fruit anyone - Thank you all for sharing your growing experience. I can now tell the difference from male and female flower from all the wonderful pictures here. I have 4 plants over three years old. So far, only the male plant has produce flowers. Three of them have no..2791 days 18hrs
Pandanus amaryllifolius - Nana, Sorry for the late reply. I do not sell them. I only give it away to the local church congregation. Here are two sources in Houston: www.jrnnursery2.com has them all year long. Hong Kong Supermarket has them around March 11205 Bellaire Boul..4241 days 17hrs
Pandanus amaryllifolius - The first two pictures are of a 7 inch Pandanus in a 6 inch pot. There is an Echinacea purpurea in there also from seed. The Pandanus amaryllifolius has 4 pups at the base (in soil) of the plant and 5 aerial pups. I wonder if the pot is too small? I think..4517 days 19hrs

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