need help with fruit trees for southern Oregon!
Yes I know that this subforum is meant for California gardening; I looked thru the list of subforums and couldn't find anything for Oregon gardening and/or a subforum for sunset garden zones.
I am basically wondering if it's possible to grow sub-tropical fruit trees in coastal Oregon. By coastal I mean the southern most tip of Oregon, that's on the cusp of northern California. The city is Brookings. Also when Is say 'grow them' I mean without needing any protection aside from putting them in a southern area against a wall so they can absorb more heat.
According to what I've found with the growing season in brookings, it's pretty much frost free.
I'd like to know if you can grow cold hardy citrus (satsumas, tangerines, yuzu, sudachi, and kumquat) as well as some other subtropical fruits (bananas and pineapples). My inquiries are also about pomegranates, jujubes, and Asian persimmons.
I'm also wondering if you can just grow normal run-of-the-mill fruit tree varieties or if it would be too hot in Brookings (by 'normal' I mean apples, peaches, plums etc.)