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my new Kaimana Lychee

Posted by mango_kush 10b Hollywood, FL (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 28, 10 at 18:29

thanks Ethan :D


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RE: my new Kaimana Lychee

Cute little thing. Get it to fruit and you will be very happy with it. Best of luck.

Harry


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RE: my new Kaimana Lychee

cute little tree. did you air-layer it? you already have a mature Kaimana... you guys in FL are just killing us in CA with huge trees and yard.


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sorry

i realized that the OP is not Harry. LoL


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RE: my new Kaimana Lychee

Nice looking little tree, my Sweetheart Lychee looked similar when I first purchased it, only a little taller. I like little trees because you can train it how you like. Keep us posted!


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So cute. How long will it takes to get to 3 ft? Man, it will take forever for us in PA in pot. Lucky you in FL. I would like to get the Kaiman one day too.


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i wouldnt be surprised if it was almost 3 feet by next season, it will probably take three seasons before it gets enough trunk width to start my pruning/fruiting cycle.

phase, its always greener on the other side. unfortunately thats the only color they have been. your lychee trees have been more prolific then my sweetheart, which is probably about 2 years old and 5 foot. no blooms from any of my varieties this year either


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RE: my new Kaimana Lychee

MK,
glad it made it ok and the new growth survived.

thanks again for mine,
-Ethan


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RE: my new Kaimana Lychee

Mango Kush,
Glad to see you got that variety. I hope it grows well for you. I am waiting to get one too.

Good luck,
BluePalm


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