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Tropical Fruit Discussion / My garden after Last Winter
« on: June 18, 2016, 05:37:54 PM »











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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Is Sugar Apple possible in Socal?
« on: June 18, 2016, 02:09:30 AM »
Hello there,

I bought a sugar apple grafted onto a cherimoya from a farmer in San Diego, not an atemoya judging by the flowers, and I was wondering if they could grow here, as I have heard that they are extremely frost-sensitive here in socal. I would also like to know when to pollinate their flowers

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: What's fruiting in your yard?
« on: June 09, 2016, 02:04:30 AM »
Ripening:

Pickering Mango
Keitt Mango
Mandarin
Sugar Apple
Passion Fruit
Blueberries
Pomegranate
Multiple varieties of tomato
Bitter melon
Luffa
Watermelon
Taro
Amaranth
A few peppers
Okinawan sweet potato
Japanese cucumber
Squash
Beans


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I water it deeply once a week, it has a few cedar trees as a windbreak, I fertilize it in March,April,May, and September, The Landscaper thought it was a brilliant idea to plant it near some decomposed granite! I believe i use an organic mix bought locally, I also put some slow release nitrogen fertilizer, and due to my time i cannot send you a photo. it was not root-bound when i bought it. The original soil is clay, while it guts at least 8 hours of sun

EDIT: The variety is Hak Ip, or Taiwan Black leaf

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My lychee tree is not growing any new leaves despite being in the round for a while. Does anyone have a solution to this problem

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Taiwan black leaf lychee or Hak Ip as you may know it by.and I live and i dont live in a valley

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Thanks! And it is a  grafted Geffner Atemoya

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Hi, I'm a new user and I would like to get some advice on growing the following plants in socal
Lychee





Atemoya



Taiwan Guava







Thank you

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I am in north Orange County and it has been planted into the ground! My local nursery owner said it was possible to get fruit on it

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Can you grow Soursop/Guanabana in California
« on: October 23, 2015, 10:53:49 PM »


Is this a good Soursop Tree?

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