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Posted by SpiceIslander none (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 3, 13 at 19:48 a complete newbie to gardening and have put in loads of fruit trees which are all doing well so far but would like to try different

Does anyone know if there are any types of berries that can be grown in the Caribbean?


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RE: Berries

Hi SpiceIslander. I have (through the years) started a lot of tropical and subtropical plants from seeds. Some berries that grow well here in South Florida are Natal plum, Sea grape, lingaro, clammy cherry, Otaheite Gooseberry,
Cape gooseberry, Capulin cherry, and guava.
They should do well where you are too.

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