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Acerola cuttings

Many plants grow from cuttings. Acerola is really hard to grow from seeds; at least we haven’t figured it out yet. But, as a cutting, it’s really easy.

Acerola cuttings

Simply, cut off a woody branch that’s about 1 inch in diameter and 30 centimetres long, and plant it in sandy soil. 

Put it in a safe place and keep it moist. 

After about 6 months, the cutting will have developed many, many roots and it can be planted out in a field; or if you’re in an urban setting, maybe kept in a large pot.

 

Acerola cherries are the best! These trees can be planted in public spaces and fruits can be harvested by everyone, including birds and small animals.

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