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my starfruit tree is producing it's winter crop right now. because it's a grafted selection, the fruit are larger and more uniform than most seedling trees produce. mine also have superior flavor and juiciness.

but thank random selection, i guess, the tree is not as prolific as most seedlings. my tree produces 100 or so fruits in each crop [usually two, but sometimes three, crops per year]; most seedlings produce two or three times that much at each crop.

everyday these days i haul one or two re-cycled albertson's grocery bags of fruit to the office and every day they are snatched up before noon.

i never would have guessed so many people like them.
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