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Welcome tammysf from San Rafael

Postby tammysf » Thu Dec 16, 2010 8:13 pm

Posts: 31
Joined: Mon Nov 29, 2010 11:27 am
Location: Marin County
Climate Zone: z9b / sz 17 (i think)
Hi there, i am late to the party. I have been meaning to post but wanted to when i had some time.

I am in San Rafael (marin county)...about 15 mins north of the Golden Gate Bridge. I am a life long lover of edible gardening. As a child i would roam the neighborhood and eat all the wild plums, berries i could find.

My parents grew: cherries, plums, apricots, cherries, oranges, lemons, grapefruit, feojia, figs and apples so I have grown up eating some yummy things.

I lived in san francisco for awhile but knew I wanted to move to the 'burbs and have my own edible garden so I ended up moving blocks from my parents.

Here are some of the more "normal" fruit trees i am growing:
    babcock peach
    baby crawford peach
    green gage doree plum
    green gage bavay plum
    santa rosa plum
    flavor supremem pluot
    flavor queen pluot
    flavor king pluot
    dapple dandy pluot
    hollywood plum
    unknown apple
    fuyu persimmon

Here are more tropical/subtropical:
    alphonso mango
    glenn mango (got fruit this year)
    fino de jete cherimoya
    chaffey cherimoya
    red dragonfruit

in addition to the fruit trees i also have a vegetable/herb garden.
My Gardening: http://marinmangos.com/

I am trying to grow:
plums, pluots, mangoes, blueberries, persimmon, strawberries, apples, kiwis, peaches, cherimoya, dragonfruit, cherries, oranges, lemons, figs, feojia

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