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The Ranch
The Ranch
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5010 sw 199th ave, SW Ranches, FLorida, US
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Esther Platt Sara Elbohy TOMAS SURIA
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The Ranch

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Transforming an acre into a permaculture haven of exotic fruit trees local to the area, an array of garden herbs and vegetables, and several aromatic flower and tea trees.

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The Ranch will contain varieties of citrus, mangos, avocados, and banana trees. It also has several varieties of mulberry and fig trees. We are growing one cacao tree and egg fruit tree. There is a dwarf papaya, ylang yang, Barbados Cherry and Bay Rum tree. Our herb garden contains lemon grass, citronella, and we will have a large vegetable garden with several varieties of lettuce, kale, arugula, basil, celery, spinach, watercress, tomatoes, cayenne, green peppers among much more.


Moringa tree addition

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