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Old 11-16-2020, 06:57 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Hey Man, another great plant to grow in Florida is the Mysore raspberry. It's amazing, fast growing; high producer. Only thing is to trim it, and it has thorns. It is worth it, if your not lazy enough to let it grow out of control. It can get huge, and produce pounds of black delicious raspberries.
Thanks for the suggestion! We are actually growing what we think is a mysore raspberry, someone at the community garden was nice enough to let us root out a cane. No real fruit production though, probably next spring
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If you have the real deal, and good soil, it will explode next year and you will be surprised by how much it gives. Super impressive crop for Florida. It does like afternoon shade for best production.
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