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SocalTropics

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Southern California Fruit Production Calendar
« on: November 14, 2014, 09:56:03 PM »
Thought I would start this as a guide, please contribute!

Months when fruits are ripe below, everbearings/off-season producers not included:

January- Dragon Fruit, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple, Guava
February- Cherimoya/Atemoya, Guava
March- Cherimoya/Atemoya, Guava
April- Cherimoya/Atemoya, Guava
May- Dragon Fruit, Wax Jambu, Cherries, White Sapote, Cherimoya/Atemoya
June- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Fig, Wax Jambu, Cherries, White Sapote, Sapodilla
August- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Fig, Wax Jambu, Cherries, Pepino, White Sapote, Jujube, Sapodilla
September- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Guava, Fig, Wax Jambu, Cherries, Pepino, White Sapote, Jujube, Sapodilla
October- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Guava, Fig, Persimmons, Pepino, White Sapote, Jujube, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple, Sapodilla,
November- Dragon Fruit, Guava, Fig, Persimmons, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple
December- Dragon Fruit, Guava, Persimmons, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple
« Last Edit: November 15, 2014, 03:01:13 AM by SocalTropics »

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Re: Southern California Fruit Production Calendar
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2014, 01:06:14 AM »
You can add avocado, black, white sapotes and mango 12 months a year.
Sapodilla June to October
Guava sept to april
Custard Apple June to August
Cherimoya/Atemoya sept to May
Countless stone fruits, in short, there isn't
a day of the year that we don't have some kind
of fruit ripening.

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Re: Southern California Fruit Production Calendar
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2014, 01:16:50 AM »
You can add avocado, black, white sapotes and mango 12 months a year.
Sapodilla June to October
Guava sept to april
Custard Apple June to August
Cherimoya/Atemoya sept to May
Countless stone fruits, in short, there isn't
a day of the year that we don't have some kind
of fruit ripening.

Unfortunately I went crazy tree shopping and not  focusing on my seasons of harvest...
Thinking about joining a Fruitaholics anonymous support group...Fruit addiction has taken over my life!

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Re: Southern California Fruit Production Calendar
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2014, 03:03:06 AM »
Thanks Frank, added!

Clay, how are your avocados doing? I seem to see giant avocado trees everywhere but don't usually see a lot or any fruits on them!

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Re: Southern California Fruit Production Calendar
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2014, 05:27:45 AM »
Thought I would start this as a guide, please contribute!

Months when fruits are ripe below, everbearings/off-season producers not included:

January- Dragon Fruit, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple, Guava
February- Cherimoya/Atemoya, Guava
March- Cherimoya/Atemoya, Guava
April- Cherimoya/Atemoya, Guava
May- Dragon Fruit, Wax Jambu, Cherries, White Sapote, Cherimoya/Atemoya
June- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Fig, Wax Jambu, Cherries, White Sapote, Sapodilla
August- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Fig, Wax Jambu, Cherries, Pepino, White Sapote, Jujube, Sapodilla
September- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Guava, Fig, Wax Jambu, Cherries, Pepino, White Sapote, Jujube, Sapodilla
October- Dragon Fruit, Black Sapote, Guava, Fig, Persimmons, Pepino, White Sapote, Jujube, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple, Sapodilla,
November- Dragon Fruit, Guava, Fig, Persimmons, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple
December- Dragon Fruit, Guava, Persimmons, Cherimoya/Atemoya/Sugar Apple
This is paradise!  :P :P :P

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Re: Southern California Fruit Production Calendar
« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2014, 10:07:29 AM »
Thanks Frank, added!

Clay, how are your avocados doing? I seem to see giant avocado trees everywhere but don't usually see a lot or any fruits on them!


Mine was planted this year as 5gallon tree.....My dogs got to it shortly after it was planted....It survived and I put a little cage around it....since then it has put out quite a bit of growth....very vigorous....one thing to note...it seems to be growing up....haven't really got much growth on the sides.
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