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Hello everyone....i live in South Korea.

Postby South park » Fri Jun 03, 2011 8:59 pm

South park
 
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Location: South Korea
Climate Zone: USDA zone 13
Hi..everyone.
First...i got poor english, so i write very shortly and have many incorrect word and grammer...forgive this.
I got about 150 species tropic-subtropical fruit tree in my house,but i started 3 years ago, so all trees are small. South korea's climates are not good for those trees and especiaaly in winter, harmful to trees....some die ,some are deadly influenced by cold.
But i'm still looking for extremely rare tropical fruit seeds.(trees are too dangerous to import S.korea)...
I like sapote,garcinia,eugenia,pouteria variety and grow these species a lot.

Nice to meet peoples of cloudforest and i'm so glad.
thanks to read my poor writings.

Re: Hello everyone....i live in South Korea.

Postby RodneyS » Fri Jun 03, 2011 10:32 pm

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Annyeonghaseyo & welcome to the Cloudforest, South park!

it's great to see board members from around the globe.

Re: Hello everyone....i live in South Korea.

Postby South park » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:21 pm

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Climate Zone: USDA zone 13
Hi...RodneyS.
Thanks and nice to meet you ^^.

It's too hard to grow tropical fruit trees s.korea. In s.korea, there are many passionate tropical fruit grower.
I just grow these trees:

garcinia mangosteen ,humilis and 4 more species
durian ( i don't know which species..)
rose apple,malay apple
kola nut,pili nut
madagascar olive,europe olive
syzygium species 3
mammea americana,mammea sapote,
pouteria sapote and 6 sapote species...
pond apple(purple),sugar apple,cherimoya
jaboticaba and hybrid species
grumichama(purple ,yellow)
and other species....it'e too many ,so i can't write all....

Re: Hello everyone....i live in South Korea.

Postby rar » Wed Jun 08, 2011 8:33 am

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Welcome South Park!
Amazing collection. Great job!

Re: Hello everyone....i live in South Korea.

Postby nullzero » Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:58 pm

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Welcome to the forums South Park!

Re: Hello everyone....i live in South Korea.

Postby philp2001 » Mon Aug 15, 2011 9:20 pm

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Hello South Park-- You must have a heated greenhouse to keep all those species alive over winter! I understand your winters are very cold even in the south. I have tried some of those species here in Northern California and they do not survive the winter. How do you do it?
Phil


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