Cause The Nut Asked for pics

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@Bonsai Nut You asked for pics... So I got a couple of new toys to play with. I am very interested in the Lycium genus (goji berries) It seems there are several that are native to the Southwest US I have had Andersonii and it's awesome so I had the chance to snag up Fremontii and I did so. There was one at the nursery that still had a berry hanging on so I ate it and it was quite good.

I also saw some barbados cherry and grabed one of those to play with. It's in flower so I might get to taste one of those as well. I'll put the pics in two posts. Not much to look at because they are just landscape plants in 5gal cans but I'm gonna have some fun when I get home. :)
 
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Hmm Clyde, that Weeping Cherry, was it not M. punicifolia before?

The Barbados cherry / West Indian cherry is M. emarginata ?

Will be watching to see how dense you can get the Weeping Cherry.
Thanks for showing.
Good Day
Anthony
 

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Hmm Clyde, that Weeping Cherry, was it not M. punicifolia before?

The Barbados cherry / West Indian cherry is M. emarginata ?

Will be watching to see how dense you can get the Weeping Cherry.
Thanks for showing.
Good Day
Anthony
I will research a bit. As you know the nomenclature gets a bit screwy. This is just what the label was at the nursery.
 
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