Took some pictures of the trees to show an update to those interested (online friends interested to see how everything was doing).
Everything is doing well, considering that no added irrigation is being used (ground water pump system needs to be fixed). I lost a couple plants due to conditions at hand, but this was expected.
Pitangatuba, was initially started with a waterboxx. Took it off months ago now mulched and shade clothed to continue root establishment.
Annona dioica, doing really well in a mostly shaded area with overgrown grass.
What I believe is a Keitt mango
One of the last 2 mangoes held by the tree, the other mango was pecked by birds and no good. Late bearing tree and seems to hold fruit into November. Fruit set has been on the shy side (about 8 large mangoes this year, most of them got taken by the critters), tree has been neglected prior just started to amp up fertilizer schedule and pruning etc. I think next year will be a much better fruit set.
Large Keitt mango? Next to Lisa atemoya
Lisa Atemoya, self set 1 fruit.
Lemonzest mango, putting on some size.
Glenn mango, doing extremely well. Continuing to flush into October.
Pina Colada mango
Dream atemoya, in ground about 8 months. Seems to be settled it, think the roots have been doing most of the growing.
Annona reticulata, PR yellow grafted
Cogshall mango, nice and compact seems really healthy.
Bactris gasipaes, in waterboxx. Been in ground for about 8 months now.
Hope everyone enjoyed, don't hesitate to ask me questions.