3 thoughts on “Star Fruit (Carambola) Tree transplants

    mryvelazquez

    (December 25, 2018 - 10:18 am)

    WOW this is the videos of the seeds that I sent you sorry it took me awhile to watch it! I am happy that they are doing well!!  Mined didn't do so well I had about 5 or so but because I moved I had someone take care of them and they didn't do so well 🙁 well most of my plants didn't and most died 🙁 but that's ok I'll start over again… I am happy to see them you should post an update video 🙂

    pawpaw

    (December 25, 2018 - 10:18 am)

    Yes, you actually can, in a large pot/container. They will become dwarf, if grew in pots. Will still have plenty of fruits to share with family and friends, even if you grew them in large containers. But, it's best to get air layer or grafted plants, so that they will fruit faster and not seedlings. Seed growing is fun, but takes longer to fruit. They also have Dwarf variety, that are make for pots culture. Check Logee's nursery site.

    Lady B The Hopeful Homesteader

    (December 25, 2018 - 10:18 am)

    I've never tasted star fruit…. but I could never grow them anyway. I am in zone 6. But I'll be watching for updates as they grow. Thanks for sharing, and take care

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