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    They just cut this thing off the tree and they are now processing it into a Jack fruit milk shake!



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    Just cut the grass again..
    Vitamin D and rain makes it grow so fast here.
    Bit knackered.. Think I deserve to crack open a nice bottle of Merlot. What you reckon?



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    Looking lovely Fred.

    I'm trying to get our lawns into shape gradually now, made easier after having received my old faithful Flymo hover mower, sent over in a Balikbayon box, by my son in England.

    Certainly saving on the Mrs's scissors. lol


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    Garden looks nice Fred


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    looks great, the grass is very good, is it getting some shade protection from the trees


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    Quote Originally Posted by imagine View Post
    looks great, the grass is very good, is it getting some shade protection from the trees
    Thanks.
    Actually its the opposite..Bemuda grass likes full sun...
    As the Mahogany trees get bigger and produce more shade the grass suffers. What we do here is cut the trees in half to vastlly reduce the branches and let more light in. Seems to work.


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    ah yeah , its bermuda grass we have, its very hardy, but ours does get burnt on the realy hot days, but it recovers in no time, its a good spreader too, it doesnt take so long for it to extend its area, so if i replant some i dont fill the whole area just some pieces here and there then just leave it to fill the gaps,
    the mrs does most the gardening just now, im too much to do just now, but i have my plans, we have several giant lemon trees more like a bush, the grew from seed that was given to the mrs, we have avacado , small tomatoes, blue ternate, and those very small type of lemon i forgot their name just now, iv just planted this morning satsuma orange tree, also have passion fruit, dragon fruit quite a few more, when i start, i plan to have fish pond and hydroponics


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    ah yeah , its bermuda grass we have, its very hardy, but ours does get burnt on the realy hot days, but it recovers in no time, its a good spreader too, it doesnt take so long for it to extend its area, so if i replant some i dont fill the whole area just some pieces here and there then just leave it to fill the gaps,

    Yeah..We space small 4" wide clumps about 12" apart and water them heavily for a month..They usually join up in about 6 months here in Bohol.

    also have passion fruit
    A few years ago my Bro in law planted a passion fruit vine next to one of our large Mango trees.. The vine at the base is about 4" thick and the Mango tree`s canopy is now covered with Passion fruit.. I collect them daily in a bucket and get the juice out of them.. Nice in Vodka!

    when i start, i plan to have fish pond and hydroponics
    My pond is now full of Tilapia.. The kids (8 and 10 year olds)go fishing in that pond about once a week..They catch one or two,process them and cook them for lunch..
    Not many kids in the UK doing stuff like that anymore I`d bet!


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    Sounds marvellous Fred.

    I will update on our garden, as and when, but much the same at present... soo.


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