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Ant21

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Here are some of my fruit trees with fruits during fall season that will be harvested during fall and winter months.
Starfruit has about 50+ fruit on it of different size and still flowering.






Honeyhart cherimoyas have been ripening, ate about 8 fruits so far.



White cherimoyas


African Pride Atemoyas should be ripen late January.



Hass Avocado



Sapodilla (Chico)-Alano starting to produce little fruits.This fruit will not be ready till late summer or early fall.



Honey Tangerine will be ready after Christmas.



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Beautiful pictures, the Starfruit looks amazing for SoCal. Congrats on the loaded fruit. I also enjoyed all the cherimoya/atemoya pictures.
Grow mainly fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

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Good looking fruit - I'm down in San Diego only dreaming of my first avocado, mango or papaya.
Maybe next year.

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Ant21, gorgeous starfruit tree. How old is it? The cherimoya and atemoya look awesome too. Did you have to hand pollinate them?

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Ant

you are putting up a show!! Congratulation all of your stuff looks amazing!

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Great looking annonas,  Ant.  Looks like someone's been busy pollinating eh?  Congrats on the bumper crops all over her yard
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Ant21, gorgeous starfruit tree. How old is it? The cherimoya and atemoya look awesome too. Did you have to hand pollinate them?

Thanks guys, CalCM the starfruit is about 4years old and yes the anonas was hand pollinated.

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Awesome fruits and expecially the annonas, congratulations, Ant!
The Honey Heart has a form factor that reminds of Paxton Prolific except for the skin color.
Thera

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Wow Ant, great looking trees all covered in fruit, should be a great winter for you.

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Agree with Nulls - that starfruit looks excellent and the tree
just amazing!

Great work with everything!


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Re: So. Cal fall update on fruits that will be harvested during fall & winter
« Reply #10 on: October 29, 2012, 11:48:22 PM »
Beautiful pics, SCal is working for you nice starfruit pics, very envious!

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Re: So. Cal fall update on fruits that will be harvested during fall & winter
« Reply #11 on: October 31, 2012, 08:01:06 PM »
thanks guys with this warm temp in the 80's still, the tropical trees are doing well including my moringa tree.

 

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