Breadfruit Trees in Zambia??? Yes, dude. They are here and thriving 🙂 Come January we put them in Zambian soil. And just for vulnerable but deserving familes 😉 No ornament hunters ha!
Village women drawing water for watering Breadfruit Trees. It is so amazing! These women walk 3km to bring water and they dont mind waiting for hours to fill their containers. These humble sisters make my day:)
Hey! My mafa’alas! Oh no, Julie’s are shedding off their German wings (leaves) and are now gracefully putting on Zambian wings 🙂 An awesome way of celebrating our great nation’s 50th anniversary 🙂
Ma’afala flourishing in Zambian soil and weather 🙂 That new leaf is Zambian and 8cm long 😉
Yeah 🙂 They love my plastic and pole greenhouse. A few even have began new leaf shoots! It is so fascinating.
Exciting news: we have successfully landed Breadfruit Trees in Zambia for the first time. We couldn’t have done it without the help of a great team!
Very fine Garry, some wilting leaves here and there but generally fine. I expect the bigger leaves to fall off, all the plants are alive. We put them into seedling bags in the morning:)
My dearest and all weather friend volunteered to carry the trees of life from Germany to Zambia. She did it because of her love for this country. The breadfruit story is incomplete without her. Thanx Julie.
Message from Julie: This box of beautiful breadfruit plants from Global Breadfruit will soon be feeding 150 families in Zambia for generations to come! Breadfruit Trees getting ready for Zambia 🙂 Keep your fingers crossed that all works out. Thanks to everyone involved: Garry, Lloys, Josh!