Fruit treesVideos Crash Gardening, Episode 2: Easy Florida Fruit Trees by David The Good May 13, 2014January 31, 2017 written by David The Good May 13, 2014January 31, 2017 Awwww yeah. Easy Florida fruit trees. And olives. And airplanes. Amazon.com Widgets Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:African Yams, Fruit Tree Pollarding, Mini-Orchard IdeaA New Trial Banana Variety: The 1000 Fingers BananaGreat Fruit Trees for the Deep South: The PersimmonOne of my videos is going viralEnsuring a supply of my favorite drug crash gardeningeasy to grow fruitFlorida fruit trees 3 comments FacebookTwitterGoogle +PinterestRedditWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Easy Container Gardening next post My rooster’s head and feathers fell off. Will it survive? Related Articles Back To Eden Chicken Run Composting February 6, 2017 The ONLY #authentic way to enjoy coffee! March 16, 2016 Wild Edible Chinese Yams in North Carolina September 14, 2017 The Chop & Drop Idea is Truly Revolutionary February 13, 2017 Crash Gardening Season 2: The Japanese Persimmon November 24, 2014 Pruning a Lime Tree and Feeding Citrus Organically September 13, 2018 Easy Lasagna Gardening the FREE Way June 20, 2017 Double-Digging A Garden Bed January 16, 2020 An Excellent No-Dig Garden Demonstration July 15, 2017 Book Reviews! February 21, 2019 3 comments Andi May 14, 2014 - 11:43 pm If you read a lot of Indian cookbooks and see a vegetable called a "drumstick":, that's Moringa pods! They're a common vegetable in South India but they don't ship or store well so they've never become very common even in Indian grocery stores. Is the pineapple pear the Kieffer pear? I would love to see a video like this of your place. Reply Survival Gardener/David The Good May 15, 2014 - 12:36 am It's the pear at 12:15. I usually carry them in my nursery but they're sold out right now. It's pretty much the best one you can grow for low-care and disease resistance. Reply Survival Gardener/David The Good May 15, 2014 - 12:37 am I'll do another video of my food forest in the fall when it all looks amazing. Reply Leave a Reply to Survival Gardener/David The Good Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.