Vielen Dank for the welcome
I already love this forum from its start. 5 years ago I did know nothing about growing fruit. In 2011 I purchased an abandoned garden and now I grow something around 50 trees, do grafting, pruning and enjoy watching the trees.
I live in northern Germany, near Hamburg. My little orchard is located 2 hours by car east from my living place though.
What fruit, lets see, apples, plums, peaches, apricots, medlar, sour cherries, quince, mulberries, pawpaws (yesss ), figs, cornelian cherry, nanking cherry, some hybrids (black apricot), eleagnus multiflora (dont know the actual name), serviceberry and probably some more. Those figs are experiments, didnt taste a fruit of them yet, since our winter temperatures are quite challenging for those mediterranian plants. They died to the ground the third winter in a row but came back every summer. Time will tell....
I hope to add some pluots even if my climate proofs to be borderline for them (same goes for apricots). We tend to get late spring frosts and our summers are often quite short and wet.
Can say the same about America. I visited New Mexico 20 years ago. I really like to remember those weeks. Nice country and very nice people. I like my lakes, rivers and trees though