My small fruit tree orchard

This should do well in your climate.

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Hope so… i’m dying to try this stone hybrids! :yum:

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I’d say variety-wise we’re about neck-and-neck, you have some I don’t and I have some you don’t.

But, if you’re counting numbers of trees, I am ahead of you. I have 6 Odysso, 5 Veralma Simontornya, 6 Red Devil, 5 Niedzwetzkyana, 4 Redfield, 3 winekist, 3 winter red flesh, 3 Bakran and 2 or 1 of at least twenty other r.f. varieties (plus 5 rootstock varieties that would grow out red fleshed apples if I let them–and I probably will).

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There are some few trees that i will have and in winter i will start with scions of many varieties…

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You need to get Pekacervenca. I can’t seem to acquire it in the States.

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Yes this is one of them…

Passiflora Amethystina

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Nashi pears

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Che fruit

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Myra :yum: :yum: :yum:

Grossa di Trento

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Che doesn’t work very well here. How’s the taste and production so far in your location?

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It took a long time to fruit properly. This is the first year with a good production.
The flavor is really good, it’s watermelon with strawberry… Very sweet and juicy. And it’s a big fruit and seedless!

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I got this variety as Maribelle, but it’s not. I have to check out with seller… But it’s a great sweet and crunchy apple!

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Merkur apple… The first and only on this new tree…

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Next red fleshed apple varieties… :sweat_smile:

Pink Parfait
Pink Permain
Winter Red Flesh

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Groan. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Lol what’s that?

Really beautiful and big! :heart_eyes:

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Another wrong labeled tree… Any gess?

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