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New to the Cafe!

Postby BackYardPhenomena » Sun Oct 16, 2011 4:39 pm

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Location: South Florida- Miami
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Hello all!

After 8 10 months of getting into gardening after a few years of moving from state to state, I am ready to document my experience. You can follow my blog at http://backyardphenomena.blogspot.com/.

I would like to become a member of the Cloudforest community by learning and sharing lessons learned. I am also interested in trading specimens. Let me know if you have something special in your garden that a newbie would get a kick out of growing.
BY Phenomena
http://backyardphenomena.blogspot.com/
May your seeds bring the fruits of your dreams!

Re: New to the Cafe!

Postby RodneyS » Sun Oct 16, 2011 4:59 pm

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Welcome to the Cloudforest!

Good luck with all the citrus in your yard. What else are you growing/want to grow?

Re: New to the Cafe!

Postby BackYardPhenomena » Sun Oct 16, 2011 6:00 pm

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Location: South Florida- Miami
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Thanks for the reply! I have quite a long list of subtropical fruits including mango, lychee, longan, grumichama, cherry of the rio grande... the list goes on. I also have 6 raised 4x4 garden boxes and a few 3x6, that I have some seasonal crops and perennial vegetables. A couple of interest that you may be interested in are Moringa and Katuk. Both are considered perennial vegetables with edible leaves. Cheers!
BY Phenomena
http://backyardphenomena.blogspot.com/
May your seeds bring the fruits of your dreams!

Re: New to the Cafe!

Postby nullzero » Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:32 pm

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Backyard,

Welcome to the forums, sounds like you got a great diversity of edible plants. Katuk sounds interesting, its one of those greens I want to try to grow. Would love to see pictures of your garden/gardens.


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