Tropical Plants

I’ve written posts in the past about growing fruit and vegetables in Guam and about our tropical Christmas harvest.  We continue to grow passionfruit, bananas, pineapples, cherry tomatoes, calamansi, Meyer lemons, soursop, mulberries, and herbs.  We’ve planted avocado and mango trees, which will take several years to yield fruit.

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I’ve also recently attached an orchid to one of our palm trees, using a coconut husk.  I’ve seen this done in many yards throughout the island, and I’ve always loved the way they look.

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After finding some large shells on the beach down in Agat, I decided to use them as anchors for a couple different varieties of air plants.

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