I was happy to have you visit Matt. It just felt like 3 acres because I talked your ear off for 2+ hours
I felt a bit bad about how overgrown things are in places- I kept finding myself saying (oh...I should really weed this part). In fact, you can even see a 3+ foot tall sapling growing in the prelude raspberry pic that you took. It must have been quite a change after @mrsg47's finely manicured gardens.
But, to give everyone a sense for how packed things are, here is the general layout of the back.
Normally it is my wife who goes there, so she may get a single kind. It's rare that I am in the area, but I happen to be passing by the other day, so this time I was the shopper. Of course that means that I had to get some of everything (including 2 different colors of Longan). And they sell it in bundles, so it means I got more than I should (should, not can...) eat by a large factor, so I was happy to share. I'll post some a thread with some pics and stats.
Matt kindly brought a jar of beach plum jelly from his trip to Cape Cod. I've never tried it, but am looking forward to it. If it is too good, I'll need to add some beach plums...
I didn't remember at the time, but I've looked it up and the strawberries are Cabot, from Indiana Berry. That wasn't the first thing I couldn't name on the tour. I found myself saying "One of these three blueberries is Darrow..." and "I'm not sure which of these blackberries is which , but they are .....uh.....Arapaho, and ....uh....". Aside from new stuff, or treasured favorites, I'm regrettably dependent on my records. But, it does get hard to remember, as I've got well over 300 varieties, not including the ~300 which have been grafted on.
I'm getting fonder of the Gerardi, both in terms of fruit quality and productivity. It is 5X+ more productive than other varieties on a per foot basis. I may end up cutting the other varieties grafted onto it off, just so it doesn't shade out it's close neighbors. After all, there are 5 jujubes on the North side of it in the row, which are a far higher priority. Also, it's getting to the point where it is producing enough to consider netting.
Here are a few more pics...
A view down the hill (7:50am, about a month ago):
A view up the hill:
Potatoes at the bottom of the hill, with a apple trellis on the right and grapes in the distance: