cmventuraSeptember 13, 2011

So about 2 months ago I brought 2 Terminalia Catappa (Tropical Almond) seeds from Maui. I planted them in dirt, kept them moist and warm. Two days ago I check 'em out and BOOM! They're alive! A new baby Terminalia Catappa tree. So I have them out in the full sun now, high temps here in coastal Los Angeles are about 75 and sunny, lows are in the low 60s. I hope they do well now that winter is approaching. Here are some pics of the new babies.

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