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Old 05-22-2012, 08:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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so i have noticed this clump of orinocos...have been there at least 4 years...no great soil,only water is rain..most of the time very dry..just enough to keep them alive,but not enough of either to throw fruit...if i dig them up"carefully"put them in a great local..will it still take the same amount of time to throw fruit????they are maby 5 feet tall and have never any bigger ..one adult i took 4 months ago is well over 8 feet..my question..still 18 to 20 months to throw fruit???thanks...and thank you all for making me feel so welcome...
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