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Cherimoya plant in somebodys yard.

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By Stan510


Cherimoya plant in somebodys yard. (Annona cherimoya.)

Despite the drought I see many of these subtropical fruiting plants. Some just planted. It say something that ornamental plants are no..but edibles still going strong.



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It's an easy plant to grow in the Bay Area. I've seen many there. Many even went through the 1990 freeze with very little problems.

24 Sep, 2016

 

I put seedlings I started last year in the ground. Again. I put them in a bad spot in early summer. When I cut the Brugmansia down,It became a much better place for them.
They hadn't grown or rooted I found when I dug them up.
Maybe now they will.
I still want a plum or Apricot..waiting for the bare root season.

25 Sep, 2016

 

That's strange. Cherimoya has a horrible, big root-system. They usually take off when in the ground. It does need full sun, though.

Santa Rosa plum, yum! LOL!

25 Sep, 2016

 

I'm thinking Kiwi on my wire fence too!..There is a variety called Hayward. Meant to be.

27 Sep, 2016

 

Kiwi is a really nice vine. It grows fast, also. I do know that variety. It's not named after the Hayward the city, though. lol!

27 Sep, 2016



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