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The Sherwood  (plant patented)  jujube is considered to be one of the largest and best flavored jujubes, with fruit growing the size of lemons. This Sherwood jujube tree was discovered growing at a plantation at Sibley, Louisiana by Mr. Sherwood  Akin, a member of NAFEX, and holder of the plant patent who died at the age of 89 recently. The Sherwood  is a thornless jujube tree producing very dense growth with a columnar, upright tree shape. The flowers form in June but the fruit forms much later than the Li jujube in August and September. The skin surrounding the jujube is thick and provides a protection for hydration inside the fruit


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Sherwood Jujube Tree June 28, 2014
Reviewer: Lee from Seattle, WA United States  
Bare root plants were potted up and put into a hot greenhouse  to recover. They took about 1 month for the leaf buds to start growing.  At 2 months, they look great and are forming fruit.

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The plant is too small May 6, 2014
Reviewer: Lei Zhang from Cookeville, TN United States  
I don't know why 3 years plant  too small, only around 12 inches.

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