my south florida fantasy
when I am not thinking about jessica alba or winning the mega millions (combined this takes up 50% of my time), I enjoy to have a good old fantasy about the orchard I will have when I retire to florida. To indulge myself, and in case any of you have any interest, here is the list of tres I will be growing.
(will have a greenhouse for the mangosteen and pulsan)
Harry please let me know how many acres I will need to plant these trees in good space with enough room to double my collection.
lychee mauritius x3
lychee sweet cliff x2
lychee early pink
(any other vairty that I come across
banana 2 other varieties
surinam cherry (harry's variety)
marang (juan's variety = 1 other variety
pulsan (from juan's tree) x 3
jackfruit (more for coolness than for eating)
mango (ten varieties)
orange navel 3 varieties to extend season
tangerine 2 other cool varities
Lemon - store variety + 1 other
fig 5 varities
pommegrante 3 varities to include wonderful
avocado 3 varities
pineapple 3 varities
cola nut (just for coolness sakes)
jaboticaba 5 varities
little orange garcinias
watermelon and various other melons patch
blueberries x4 varities
strawberries 5 varities
grapes 6 varities
kiwi 4 varieites
apple, peach, nectarine and cherry- carites tat can be grown in s florida (if they exist)
so far, I have not been particulalrly impressed with cherimoya- too seedy and not that great flavor but would be willing to try a handful of the best custard apple varieties.
what am i forgetting?