Seedlings and Seeds Planted in 2017

The photo shows one of the Philippine Teak seedlings 6 months after it was planted on the ground. It is now 6 feet tall!

SEEDLINGS THAT WERE PLANTED

June 2017
from Dr. Ed Gomez, given in August 2016
3 Philippine TeakĀ  – one died

July 2017
from Eric Puno
2 Lime

September 2017
from Joel Afable
1 White Magnolia (Malakoko)
1 White Champaca

October 2017
from Gina Mapua
1 Pili
1 Katmon

October 2017
bought from Mamabel’s at the Negros Fair
2 Atis, seedless
2 Red Lauan
2 Cinnamon
1 Blackberry Jam
2 Longkong
2 Peanut Butter (free)
1 Lime

November 2017
bought from Susan and Rey’s Garden, Mahogany Market, Tagaytay
5 Guyabano
5 Lanzones
2 Mangosteen
1 Mabolo
2 Marang
9 Papaya
2 Pomelo Davao
1 Pomegranate

November 2017
bought from Jonathan in Calamba
5 Ardisia squamulosa
4 Ardisia pyramidalis
34 Bagras (need to check if leaves are parallel)
2 Balai Lamok
4 Botong
4 Duklitan
9 Dungon
6 Leea (forgot to bring home)
10 Lumbang
2 Nyog-nyogan
4 Santan (native, with white fragrant flowers)
5 Siar
4 Tuai

SEEDS

July 2017
1 kilo Alupag Dimocarpus didyma, native longan (599 pcs)
1 kilo Amugis (478 pcs)
198 pcs Balai Lamok – most did not germinate
Tibig seeds from our tree – did not germinate

November 2017
Duhat seeds (native) from Jonathan in Calamba

Philippine Teak

We have 3 Philippine Teak seedlings! Yey!! They were given to us by our neighbor Dr. Ed Gomez. They came from the beautiful tree that he planted at the back of the U.P. Diliman Marine Science Institute compound. The tree is featured in the book Shades of Majesty 88 Philippine Native Trees. Continue reading “Philippine Teak”