Robert Lyles: Hay John Great video. Your sure that wasn't a Cleo root stock that you said was original tangerine tree in the back yard?
zone 10 vegetable gardening: Nice to see fellow South Florida growers.
Kara Carr: I live in Boynton Beach, and would love to pick her brain about the jungle peanuts! Is there any way to get contact info for her? She's delightful!
Zeta Reticuli: I wouldn't want to grow any food next to a driveway.. especially with heavy Florida rains that would flush all the crap from your cars into the plant's soil.. Yuck
Pettronel Jackman: Hi john in the caribbean , we mostly use the cerasee leaves as a cold remedy and a blood purifer to aidvthe flushing of free radicals in the blood stream. Some people boil the leaves or you can dry the leaves and them steep them. It has been been said thst any medicinal herb is most beneficial when dried. The liquid is quite bitter much like its bigger cousin bitter squash aka corilla. Some recent research suggests it might be good for cancer as well.
littleold sawmill: Hi John. I live in Fort Myers Fl, I have experimented with growing things here which people say cannot grow here in the summer. I am kinda a newbe at gardening but I do my homework and then experiment and dial in on making it work. I got two aquaponics systems (45 and 60 plants) a Kratkey system 32 plants and one 36 x 4 and two 2 x 12 raised beds. I got one 36 x4 and a 12 x6 raised bed in the works and also a huge expansion to the aquaponics system. I live in a tiny douplex so space is at a premium- I am also limited to what and where I can grow stuff because of the drain field in the front yard and limitation by my landlord.
Teresa Bee: The "serasee" looks like a plant that grows here in FL called the wild balsam apple which has been said to be poisonous.
prami knowles: the last yellow fruit with red seed is use for flu! its very good! cut them vines about medium size full of a saucepan was them good n boil them for 45 - 1hr! n drink it when it warm not hot! drink it every morning in empty stocha!
Zach Tele: I collected a bunch of pinnaple seeds from a store bought one here in Fl. I'm going try to plant them out and use them in landscaping. Planted the top too. I have loads of cranberry hibiscus that I already have, those are great for landscaping and salads/smoothies.
ThunderKats LightningBolts: That sweet potato leaf is good for anemic it's a nutritious veggie.
Jose Luis: the last fruit growing on the fence we called cun-de-amor
Vince Russell: What are alkaloids ?
Corpus Cal: youd be surprised, low chill heirlooms can and are cultivated here, look up the ein shemer apple
Corpus Cal: many hibiscus' are edible, some are cultivated specifically for their taste
Laurel Purdy: What other channels?
Laurel Purdy: Luke, I live in Ft. Myers, too.. how are your trees doing?
Wanna trade seeds and cuttings?
Laurel Purdy: Where are you? I'm in Ft. Myers! I'd long to trade seeds and cuttings!
Laurel Purdy: How are they doing? And where did you ge them?
Laurel Purdy: Cerasse
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