Hello from Curacao in the Caribbean and question

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself Here' started by Tamira La Cruz, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. Tamira La Cruz

    Tamira La Cruz New Member

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    My small garden produces 'too many' seedlings from the same species. What to do with the them? Many I leave. Some I give away. But at this time I have, e.g., 30 small tamarind trees, 100's of lignum vitae, etc. Too many to give away. Thank you.
     
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    Hi Tamira and welcome,
    It sounds like you have a nursery in the making! You must have very fertile soil. Would there be a local market for seedling trees? I see that Curacao has a very unique climate and many wonderful tree species (I'm wishing I was there to enjoy your warm weather right about now).
     

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