BiocharCoconutsCookingFruit trees Turning coconut shells into charcoal by David The Good February 12, 2018 written by David The Good February 12, 2018 This is really cool: h/t Mart Hale for the video. BONUS: Cassava makes a guest appearance. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Planting Fruit Trees in GeorgiaAmbrosia Beetles are Totally BoringSpondias dulcis: The June PlumThe Edible HedgeLook at Our Big Coconut Palm! 2 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Combining Weeding and Fertilizing next post Intensive Gardening Introduction Related Articles Native Edible Fruit and Nut Trees May 31, 2014 A successful fig graft! May 20, 2015 Easy biochar November 30, 2012 Cast Iron Whips Teflon November 25, 2015 Survivor: Avocado Edition September 4, 2013 My Greywater Oasis: Two Years Later May 27, 2015 Growing Jackfruit in South Florida May 19, 2016 Cannonball Tree Fruit June 2, 2016 More Dangerous than Raw Meat March 1, 2018 Green papayas: grow! GROW! October 22, 2014 2 comments Anne Packwood February 21, 2018 - 9:24 pm David & family I love watching your videos on YouTube I live in West Palm Beach right up against I-95 with a big brick wall on the west side of my house.(my st is a dead end.) The shape of my lot is a triangle it’s only a quarter of an acre and (.21) The front is 180 feet across to the wall….so the other triangle is “irregular”(unbulldable) I’m asking if you had a triangle place to live how would you organize your yard? Like , I want to have a lemon tree, a fig tree, grapefruit tree & apple. BTW…I TRIED THAT IDEA you told about saving the apple seeds et al and putting them in the fridge. IT WORKED! ( most have died except for 1 which I think is a lemon tree…almost 9 inches tall now…moved to pot…still hoping) so I’m asking… where would you plant that lemon tree???? Thanks Reply David The Good February 22, 2018 - 7:50 am It’s hard to say without seeing it. Generally, I plant small fruit trees at about 15′ apart, then plant other edibles around them. Good work on the apple seeds! Reply Leave a Reply to Anne Packwood Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.