My Mini Tamarind Have Lots Of Fruits

@ilocosboy (34404)
Philippines
October 17, 2017 9:53pm CST
This is the third year now my mini tamarind is bearing fruits. The tamarind is the sweet kind. Many people are just so amazed everytime they see the fruits hanging. I bought this 4 years ago and the seller said its grafted and instead of planting in open space I decided to put it in clay pot. And now the small is giving fruits. I have my kids won't pick the fruits just like the previous years. They were tempted to get the fruits even if its not ripe. My photo of my plant
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@ridingbet (55961)
• Philippines
18 Oct
that is a bonsai tamarind tree.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Yeah i think its a bonsai. And the fruit is sweet.
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@ridingbet (55961)
• Philippines
21 Oct
@ilocosboy i love to see an acacia bonsai with all the roots coming out and the trunk of the tree bent forward.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
21 Oct
Oh really that must be beautiful, I have never seen acacia tree bonsai
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@JustBhem (39383)
• Davao, Philippines
18 Oct
Wow. That's awesome. Is tamarind known for its sour taste and you mentioned this one is sweet?
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
yes, this one is the sweet kind, not good for sinigang but best when you eat as a fruit.
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@JustBhem (39383)
• Davao, Philippines
18 Oct
@ilocosboy How about making it a candy? We used to buy Tamarind and cook it, sell it after.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Well, I will need bigger and more trees of tamarind to sustain the demand of the buyers. Nice business ha
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@allen0187 (33444)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Tamarind is one of my favorite fruits. Please send me some!
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Ha ha, come and pick, too bad you have to lay down when you have to pick the fruit because its too small.
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@allen0187 (33444)
• Philippines
21 Oct
@ilocosboy thanks for the offer!
@AkoPinay (10040)
• Philippines
18 Oct
I love sour fruits! I eat unripe tamarind fruits with a bit of salt.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
this one is perfect for Amp Girl, this is a sweet kind of tamarind.
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18 Oct
Where can you buy those? Do they have one for mangoes?
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• Philippines
18 Oct
a mini mango tree would be heavenly!
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18 Oct
@hereandthere I know right?! You can put anywhere.
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@Eyesclosed away from neighbor's reach!
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18 Oct
amazing! I heard there is also a mini calamansi tree..
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• Philippines
18 Oct
my mother doesn't seem to have success growing calamansi.
@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Oh yes, the easiest for the grafted trees to bear fruits. Actually you can buy seedlings of calamansi in the market which are already having fruits.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
@hereandthere oh you don't need to grow them, just buy grafted seedlings in the market, so many, well as much as our place is concern.
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• Philippines
18 Oct
I re-read when you mentioned that it's a sweet kind. Couldn't figure it out, if it's a bonsai, they bear sweet fruits?
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
I don't if its the proper term, bonsai, so I used the mini word because its just small kind. But yes, the fruits are very sweet, not suitable for your sinigang dish.
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• Philippines
18 Oct
@ilocosboy Wow. Not all tamarinds are sour. I learned something new today.
@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
some are so sweet.
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@shubhu3 (14275)
• New Delhi, India
18 Oct
Wow! Patience has a beautiful way to show our results.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
This one is the best prize for our patience, and it comes in a handy form.
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@shubhu3 (14275)
• New Delhi, India
18 Oct
@ilocosboy This is seriously beautiful.
@Hatley (164629)
• Garden Grove, California
18 Oct
thats reall great I have never tased one but a told they are really delicious but I imagibe not green lol lol
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
The fruit is brown when its ripe or not yet but inside its green/white but changes to brown when ripen.
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@Hatley (164629)
• Garden Grove, California
18 Oct
@ilocosboy t ajks IL wish i could find some of them
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@prashu228 (25797)
• India
18 Oct
Is it bonsai? That's a super cool plant , so many tamrinds hanging...
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
I don't really know if this can be called bonsai because its a little bit larger than bonsai.
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@nangayo (2339)
• Nairobi, Kenya
18 Oct
Kids do spoil fruits they pick them before they are ripe only to throw them away.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
that is why I got angry to them, the fruits are not yet ripe and then they just pick it because they just wanted to pick, oh my, now they know I don't want that to be harvested.
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@kepweng (16794)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
18 Oct
good too see it do you picked it and eat that raw?
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Last year my children picked all the fruit and I got mad at them because they didn't until it to ripe. Now no one of them will pick the fruit until its ripen.
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@studylove (2135)
• Canada
18 Oct
I like tamarind and my mouth becomes full of water when i see it. What about you?
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
I like tamarind especially when its hammered and then put water and a little bit of salt and then the dried shrimp, oh man that was a good soup for me. So Filipino.
@hereandthere (31951)
• Philippines
18 Oct
we had a tree when we were kids and i loved climbing it. i didn't know you can grow tamarind trees from grafting. since you put it in a clay pot, does this mean it will never grow taller?
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Yeah, it will not grow tall. But when you plant it in open space it will still grow, but maybe just 3 meters, more or less.
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• Guangdong, China
18 Oct
oh, I haven't seen these before.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
But I think you have already tasted tamarind?
• Guangdong, China
19 Oct
@ilocosboy well, I didn' t know whether I have tasted or not.
@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
19 Oct
I don't know if its available in China.
@YrNemo (13412)
19 Oct
Wow, sweet tamarind! (Does it mean that it would be real sweet like sugar?)
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
19 Oct
sweet like a honey, no more sourness.
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@YrNemo (13412)
19 Oct
@ilocosboy wow... that is special then. Someone gave me some once, dear god, I don't want to taste that sour fruit ever again.
@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
19 Oct
sour tamarind is not intended for eating, it is intended for cooking sinigang.
• Japan
18 Oct
I have a small kumquat tree that bears every year, sometimes twice a year. But if I don't watch carefully, the caterpillars will eat the flowers and I get no fruit.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Is kumquat somewhat similar to tamarind, the problem with tamarind is the insect we call "aplat" a very cotton-like insect that cover the fruits until it die down.
@A_loves_B (1616)
• Indonesia
18 Oct
That's amazing. The tree is so small but it's bearing so many fruits.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
yes, this is the benefits of grafting trees.
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@TRBRocks420 (79606)
• Banks, Oregon
18 Oct
Always good to have fruits on the trees.
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@ilocosboy (34404)
• Philippines
18 Oct
Especially when you don't need to climb the tree to pick fruits.
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