Videos A romantic mulberry story and a sort-of food forest by David The Good April 16, 2016January 16, 2017 written by David The Good April 16, 2016January 16, 2017 Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:My Friend Eddy and His GardensWild Edible Chinese Yams in North CarolinaBrushing your teeth with a twig, Kenyan styleEpic Clearing Event (with drone footage of the new land!)John Kohler Visits A Natural Farm in Howey-in-the-Hills 2 comments FacebookTwitterGoogle +PinterestRedditWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Survival Gardening Doesn’t Have to Be Gloomy next post “Grow More Vegetables” On Sale Today for $1.99! Related Articles Brushing your teeth with a twig, Kenyan style March 28, 2018 Video Round-Up: Slash and Burn, Water on the... January 28, 2019 Getting the Gardens Going Again January 7, 2017 Marmalade and Campari: The Steve Zissou Citrus December 23, 2015 The Showy Rattlebox: Nature’s Tiny Maracas March 23, 2015 Jason Avers Explains Side-Dressing and Fertilizers July 14, 2020 Homemade Furniture August 22, 2017 Tipi Yam Trellis May 11, 2018 Three Ways to Use Logs In Your Garden... October 12, 2016 How to Make Chewing Tobacco November 10, 2015 2 comments Andi | Greenbasket.me April 16, 2016 - 5:14 pm For the first time ever, the video won’t open? Reply Neil in Jupiter April 17, 2016 - 10:36 pm I’m glad you have a little remnant of your youth growing in the old neighborhood. Nice tour. Nice little forest too. Looking at my right hand tonight, it is stained purple from grabbing my ripe mulberries the past two days. They were so sweet and delicious. So those are Surinam Cherries. Growing up, we just called them Florida cherries. My dad’s church had them as hedges around the Sunday school building. Never found them to be enjoyable, but we would try them the next year to see if they improved over time. They did not. Much too tart for my taste. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.