This is so cool... the starfruit tree. You really make good use of your space and tree.
Stephanie ;Credits to hubby for hoeing the grass. The soil is full of rotten starfruit and its leaves thus he think it will make a natural fertilizer for the brinjal.hope they will grow fine.
Hello.... the little plants look healthy and I am sure it wont be long before there will a lot of purple "terungs" hanging down.Are you getting better?~ bangchik and kakdah
Bangchik and Kakdah ;I hope they will. Sometimes the greens bear fruits or veggie so much that we couldn't finish them all by ourselves. That will make one thinking of selling, or giving.Yes am getting better with the flow.Thanks.
Hi!Came across your blog today. Interesting; esp. when I came across the terap and kumangsi. Brings back memories for me :)Hope you don't mind me putting a link to your blog.-Neta-http://synchrosynergy.freehostia.com/blog
Synchronous,Glad it did.. Yours is also fascinating with those wonderful pictures. Im putting yours in mine too. Before that thanks for stopping by.
I'm looking for a starfruit tree to plant in my garden. Think I have to go to Sg. Buloh for that. Would you know where to get a good stock? Thanks.
Keats The Sunshine Girl,Thanks for stopping by..usually people go and find some to buy in their own pejabat pertanian where they usually have some good plants and seeds there. What about trying to look for it in a nursery plants, open market or perhaps you can try planting from the seeds itself. Mine was planted by my in laws and I forgot to ask how they got the seeds. When I do know, Ill let you know.
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