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DellaB

Hi Jude,
Many thanks for the link to 'Eat Australia'.
I am always on the lookout for interesting things to point out to other people.
Always enjoy my visits here, lots of relevant information - all my life I have grown things without problems; but since moving to the Gold Coast I have all but given up trying anything but very basic greenery - and large trees.

Val

I think I must have read that same article on cinnamon and cassia. In any case, this was an interesting post, Jude, and I think you will enjoy what you've planted, even if for different reasons than you intended. I can't help but feel a bit sorry for poor 'Pride of Barbados' though.

panasianbiz

I stumbled upon this site as I was in the process of doing some online research. It sounds like you have some rather unusual plants and trees in your garden. I've never heard of anyone planting a carob tree before!

Tabor

I am up for a cinnamon tasting test in a few years. I'll start looking for recipes!

Anna

That was an extremely interesting article; how varied are the causes of war - religion, tribes, opiates, oil, spices.
I do love reading about your exotic plantings. You have been putting them in this week while I've been busy cutting 'em down.

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