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Where can one find Barbados cherry trees, Also artichokes for planting? 

There are other fruit trees we are interested in,  but most of our research has been inconclusive for apples,  blackberry,  raspberry,  and other berry bushes or trees.  Mulberry is also a tree of interest,  but not sure as most of these are from temperate climates that gas a freezing winter or dormate period for the plants to survive. 

Thank you for any inputs. 

 

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I've fixed the topic title before anyone starts referring to exotic hair (it was "exotic tress").

 

Mulberry should be easy, silkworms eat them, we have a couple, sadly Madam eats the berries before they go black (and sweet) 😞

 

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7 minutes ago, DubleA said:

Mulberry is also a tree of interest,

Mulberry trees are plentiful here, grow really quick and are a pain to take care off! I would stay clear unless you have a piece of land far away from anything else!

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Mrs Djayz grows and sells apples,  blackberry,  raspberry and a few other plants here in Isan. If interested, just drop me a direct message and I'll pass your request on. 

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I have to correct a part of my message I posted earlier. Apparently she isn't selling any more apple trees as she wants to grow these herself. Sorry about that. It's news to me. 

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18 hours ago, djayz said:

I have to correct a part of my message I posted earlier. Apparently she isn't selling any more apple trees as she wants to grow these herself. Sorry about that. It's news to me. 

Same thing happens to me!  Apparently if the farang wants to be up to date he should have a daily meeting with the dog, after the dog has met with the buffalo and the buffalo found out the latest news from a passerby......who could be anyone in the village.

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Ask for ton churry and they might show you barbados cherry.

 

But  they don't give much fruit, that depends on the area you live in though...Nakhon Nayok has big tree's of them, they are edible but not very sweet.

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