My mulberry and other fruits collection


#101

One more day planting
4 Madeira mulberries
1 pepino melon/andine melon
1 fuzzy kiwi “hayward”
2 hardy kiwis issai
3 pitangas/surinam cherry/brazilian cherries from Madeira island
1 passion fruit
1 blueberry “goldtraube”


#102

4x Madeira mulberries

Pepine melon/andine melon

Fuzzy kiwi “hayward”

2x Hardy kiwi issai

Passionfruit

Blueberry “goldtraube”

4x Pitangueira/surinam cherry/brazilian cherry


#103

New aquisitions today
Brazil tree tomato/tamarillo, physalis, another pitanga/suriname cherry but big tree/bush, another alpine melon, kens red hardy kiwi


#104

All I can say is that is one hell of a view…


#105

And planted


#106

In a few years you will have fresh fruits up to your ears :blush:


#107

Hopefully


#108

Just an FYI, Blueberries need mates from a different blueberry that blooms at the same time. They also need acid soil so add sulfur.


#109

Ok, couldnt resist, one more tree/bush to plant.
Feijoa, good size plant.


#110

Planted


#111

I only tasted a white dried bulberry in a package at the store. It was so overly sweet without any sour or special flavor, and seedy. It made me not want to grow any.

I assume other varieties taste better or you would not be imtetested!


#112

You need to taste persian mulberries…


#113

My other pakistan mulberry in my lawn. This one is further ahead in growth and fruit than the one in the farm (same age), probably due to the extra water it gets from the lawn water sprinkles


#114

Time for some citrus trees planting
4 orange trees: newhall, dalmau, valencia late, moscatel
1 lime tree


#115

love it! Really great to see growingfruit going international :slight_smile:


#116

How is Citrus Greening (Huanglongbing) in your area? I live in Florida and it is devastating the citrus industry here. I have a few citrus trees and the year before last I had some citrus that looked like it might have citrus greening, but this past season I saw no evidence of it in my fruits, perhaps because I started supplying my citrus with the full range of micro-nutrients. I feel that makes a big difference to the overall health of the tree. The only name I recognize is Valencia…It is a great juice orange; real juicy and sweet.


#117

3 more plants bought
Cattley guava/red araçá
Pink blueberry/rose bush
Red dragonfruit


#118

Hi everyone I would like to get a mulberry but I don’t know what to get or where to get it from! I kind of like the dark berries on my preference but I would like any recommendations would be appreciated, I live on the eastern shore of Virginia


#119

And planted today
Cattley guava/strawberry guave/açará vermelho


#120

Rose bush/pink blueberry