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Hai, Milai. I will send you photos of Palawan Cherry blooms in a few days. My source told me the original cherry trees were brought from Japan by the owner of a palm oil plantation in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat. The place where many of these beautiful blooms can seen is Kenram, Isulan.
Hi, Milai. I am in General Santos City and i am growing several hundreds of what i think are Palawan cherry seedlings. I haven’t personally seen flowers of palawan cherry tree. My only basis in thinking that these are palawan cherry seedlings is the picture of the seedlings raised by John Teodoro which was published in the volume 19, issue 04 of Agriculture magazine. i posted several photos of the seedlings i am raising in the facebook account: Edwin ED. Pls check if these are indeed palawan cherry seedlings, milai. I also have seedlings of what i was told as white and pink tabebuia.You can also see pictures of the trees posted in my fb account. Thank you very much po.
Edwin D Doyo
Thanks for dropping by. You can email me the photos so I can check since I can’t find your FB account.
Thanks for visiting our place .thanks for the effort.God Bless you.
The pleasure is ours, Analyn. Thank you for opening your place to the public. More blessings to you!
Hi milai, I saw your images of Palawan Cherry so I tracked them and finally found your site. Really really love the stories and writings on your site. I am lucky to have a Palawan Cherry tree here at my place but it does not flower for me yet. BTW I am writing an article on Cassias and will include C. nodosa (Palawan Cherry) in it as well. I would like to ask you for your permission to use a few images of your Palawan Cherry in my new article on blogger. Of-course, I will give you all the credit there. Thanks in advance. All the best, Kukiat (from Thailand)
Hi Kukiat. Thanks for dropping by! Sure, feel free to use my photos of Palawan Cherry. It’s very nice of you to ask, especially since a lot of people have been using them already without proper attribution. 🙂
I really appreciate it. Love reading your Blog.
You may use my photos of Cassia Grandis and Cassia nodosa, Kukiat Tanteeratarm.