I have a Breadfruit tree that is astounding in its growth, and that has endeared itself to me in a very short time. I saw some mature versions at the nursery I bought it from, that had quite a bit of damage from the hurricanes the past few years. Yet they survived.
I read that Breadfruit trees in Florida usually succumb to dehydration. Would setting up a tall misting "cage" be of any use? I water mine daily, and mist the whole tree, but it is still a reasonable size. I really don't ever expect any fruit, but I do like the appearance of the tree.
Anyone else in Palm Beach County, Florida growing one?
I'd love some advice from others who have raised them successfully for several years, if possible.