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newoldglory
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Every body is gone? I wanted to get a pond apple recipe. Got nothing on the search, probably just me.
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Gerald, I just typed in Pond Apple Recipes on the internet and all kinds of recipes popped up.

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some photos in case someone has not seen them! :salute: I would like to see a few recipes :cheers:

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I read they're a South Florida native. Wonder how far north do they grow.

I haven't seen any here in Central Florida.

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rick wrote:I read they're a South Florida native. Wonder how far north do they grow.

I haven't seen any here in Central Florida.

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Rick we have some here in the east marsh by Fellsmere

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Thanks, I'll have to keep my eye out for'em...Fellsmere's not real far south of where I run.

I did just read on one site that Brevard is their northern range.

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