Yard Update 2/21/11
Ok, in honor of President's Day and the great weather we were having this morning, I went ahead and took a few shots. Hope you enjoy!
Manalita mango....barely 1 foot tall. Previously posted because of the cut made in the trunk by the lawn people causing new growth from below the terminal bud. I am only planning to allow it to bear 2-3 fruits this year. JK.....I'll be plucking them off as soon as they form.
Seedling Roliinia, pushing new growths and very tiny blooms.....hoping for first fruit set.
Brogdon Avocado in full bloom way ahead of all other in the yard.
Former Oxcutzcab Sapodilla, snapped at ground level by Hurrican Wilma....now probably seedling growth from the root stock, fruiting for the first time.
Hasya Sapodilla, number 1
Dang Rasimi Jakfruit
Tiger's Eye Longan
Malay Apple, returned from total defoliation...somewhat over exposed...sorry
Kaimana Lychee (number 3, in bloom for first time)
Looking south along western fence line.
Yellow dragon fruit
Madame Francis mango
Maha Chanook, number 3
E Daw Longan, still in pot, but grown into the ground
Ohia Lychee, new air layer, in bloom
Imam Pasand Mango
Vegetable garden...oops, how'd that get in here
Looking eastward into lychee grove. Peerless on left, Kaimana (number 1) on right.
Hak Ip Lychee (number 3)
Hak IP Lychee (number 3) bloom
Hak Ip Bloom close up
Large June Plum, totally defoliated by the cold, still holding limited amount of fruit
Maha Chanook, number 4
Maprangs.....Myong Chid on the left and Kai on the right
Sweetheart Lychee number 1
Sweetheart Lychee, number 2.....notice totally different growth habit as compared to previous Sweetheart pictured.
More lychee bloom
Bosworth 3 (Kwai Mai Pink) Lychee
Lychee grove looking westward......foreground is Mauritius, behind to the left is Bengal and to the right rear is Ohia
Mallika mango seedling
Jamaican Black mango
Ice Cream mango
Hasya sapodilla (number 2)
Chinese White Pommelo
Maha Chanook mango, number 2
Hak Ip Lychee, number 2
Trio of Maha Chanook seedlings (planted in one hole....all in bloom and setting fruit for the first time)
Jean Ellen mango