My small fruit tree orchard

Li jujube

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I just got 5 new trees: :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile:

1 Kuganskaya quince
1 Pluerry (don’t know the variety)
1 Bala Mursal pomegranate
1 Vishnevyi pomegranate
1 Kirmi Guylosha pomegranate

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Pomegranate collection: (15)

Acco
Ariana
Azadi
Bala Miursal
Black Candy
Desertnyi
Hermione
Kirmi Guylosha
Parfianka
Salavatski
Sin pepe nº6
Sirenevyi (Purple)
Sogdiana
Vishnevyi
Vkusnyi

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Grenadiers - YouTube

pomegranate-cultivars.pdf (arizona.edu)

Microsoft Word - pom book cb1.doc (ucanr.edu)

(2) Alabama Pomegranate Association – Publicações | Facebook

UF/IFAS Citrus Extension: Pomegranates for Now (ufl.edu)

Arianna is an excellent cultivar for those with a long warm summer.

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That’s me… :grin:

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My next pomegranates…

Eversweet
Myatadzhy
Fleischman
Syunt
Girkanets
Nikitski Cherna
Medovyi Vasha

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Eversweet is very good and requires less degree days to ripen. Do not let it overripen lest the seeds become hard.

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From those new varieties that i buyed there are anyone that is self fertile? I have to plant one isolated from the main group so she has to give fruit alone… Thanks!

Hi Luis,
nice orchad an fruits!

no rain here for a long period of time,
but many of my lang jujubes are cracking, it’s the same story all years
are your lang experiencing the same?
traditional varieties here don’t have this issue

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Hi! It’s the first time my lang is fruiting so i don’t know, but regarding the li it’s as you said. I don’t water my jujube trees. Since i don’t water them they grow on a beter way.

@Luisport
I’ve never experienced nor read of self-fertility problems with P. granatum cultivars.

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Ok then. That’s great! Thanks! :+1:

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Tamarillos

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