The Garden Blog at Pinder's

Sweet Sapodilly

It tastes like brown sugar!!!  Sapodilla has many names depending upon what island or country you are in. Marvin knew it as ‘dilly as a kid and he would climb the trees to pick the tree-ripened fruit. This tree is a slow grower but has a dense, dark green canopy and will grow well in most soils.  It can also be used as a border...
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Passionate about Passion Fruit

  It’s a realllllly delicious bite!  Add more passion into your life with Passion Fruit. Passion Fruit grows on an easy vine that is self- pollinating and can be grown on a trellis or a fence in full sun.  The vine produces a 4″ to 5″ blue flower followed by a 2″ to 3″ fruit that ripens during the late Summer.  The pulp and seeds...
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What to Plant in June?

Bedding plants can be planted this month for color. There are so many that can take the coming heat, like hearty purslane and portulaca, so don’t hesitate to spruce up your space before cookout season starts. There are fantastic Herbs that love the Summer heat. They can be planted now and eaten shortly thereafter! Use herbs like Mexican Tarragon, Rosemary and Oregano in your Summer...
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