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K-Rimes:

From left to right: lemon by the trellis, santa rosa plum, cas guava behind it, campo ramon jaboticaba behind it, orange flesh tropical guava, guabiju, peruvian apple cactus, flavor king pluot, lucuma, eugenia calycina, boysenberry - any small plants or grassy looking stuff is nitrogen fixing crops to improve the soil.



L-R: Mountain guava, persian mulberry, pineapple guava, and then the plum mentioned above


Violet de bordeaux fig and Pakistani / Himalayan grafted on dwarf mulberry


Mountain guava on left, Sir Prize avo on right, vanilla ice cream bean behind the guava, lamb hass, paw paw patch, golden berry


El bumpo / knight grafted cherimoya on left, garden beds


Mexican apple on right, lemon guava on left, tiger stripe fig and champagne fig on hill side in background


L-R: Eldorado CORG, seedling CORG from Exotica with ben's beaut and ScottR's seedling grafted, added Kevin Jones Garnet last week, then a strawberry guava and black star pitanga in same pot, red seedling pitanga, and grafted vermillion pitanga


White mulberry with the grafted dwarf in background




A shot of the orange flesh guava and pluot from behind


Sabara jabo in half tote


Many cultivars of dragonfruit, jabos, eugenias, etc in front of greenhouse (it's mostly empty for summer)

K-Rimes:

Grafted atemoya / cherimoya, LSU purple, and musso di vo fig. Will put a longan down here in the spare room, not my best spot but it'll have to do


L-R: Hass avo, lisa atemoya, paw paw patch, grimal jabo, seedling cherimoya I'll graft when it shoots up

JCorte:
Your home seems like a very special place surrounded by nature.  You've done a great job incorporating your plants, they all look healthy and like they're meant to be there.  Thank you for sharing, I always love seeing other people's gardens.  Hope you have an abundant harvest soon.

Janet

ScottR:
Cool pic's Kevin, looks like your putting plants in the ground now very nice. Is your PH low because of Oaks that grew all in that area? Plants are looking great! 8)

K-Rimes:

--- Quote from: JCorte on May 24, 2022, 06:13:55 PM ---Your home seems like a very special place surrounded by nature.  You've done a great job incorporating your plants, they all look healthy and like they're meant to be there.  Thank you for sharing, I always love seeing other people's gardens.  Hope you have an abundant harvest soon.

Janet

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I am so very lucky to live on this property which is in the middle of the Los Padres national forest. I don't own it, but who knows... Maybe one day I'll get the chance. It's amazing.

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