How to Protect Fruit Trees from Frost
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How to grow Green Jujube
How to grow Tropical Guava
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a Wax Apple(Syzygium samarangense)
The wax apple is a short tree no more than 45 feet tall; the opposite leaves are aromatic when crushed.
The pink-reddish fruit has a waxy appearance and is bell shaped.
ad Tropical Guava (Psidium guajava)
The tropical guava is best adapted to the warm climate and with some protection, selected areas north to. Guavas actually thrive in both humid and dry climates, but can survive only a few degrees of frost. defoliated.
Mango (Mangifera indica L.)
Mango Cultvars: Keit, Aroemanis(Indonesia). Golek (Indonesia), Irwin, Valencia, Nam Doc Mai, Elephant (Viet Nam), Native Mango(Taiwan)
Passion Fruit
The purple passion fruit is subtropical and prefers a frost-free climate. However, there are cultivars that can take temperatures into the upper 20F without serious damage.
Longan(Kohala)
A medium sized tree from China, it can be pruned to maintain a small tree size. This lychee relative has stiffer leaves, more wind resistance and fruits more prolifically and regularly than its famous cousin.
Lychee (Litchi Chinensis)
Slow growing, It has attractive pinnate leaves of a shining leather texture. The fruit, when ripe, has dark red-brown and rough skin, is 1 to 11/ 2" long and grows in bunches.
Sugar Apple(Annona Squamosa)
Sugar apple is a small tropical tree, indigenous to the Amazon rainforest, growing up to 20' tall.
The leaves are thin, oblong while the flowers are greenish - yellow.
The avoid or conical fruit, with a purple knobby skin, is very sweet and is eaten fresh or can be used for shakes.

Taiwan Jujube(Zizyphus Mauritiana)

This small thorny evergreen tree from Taiwan is very ornamental with light green leaves and drooping branches. freezes at 25F, but will return from roots.

Red Dragon Fruit

It is written that the dragons flame originates deep within its body near the base of its tail. The meat from this part of the dragon was the most desirable and most sought after portion.

American Beauty Dragon Fruit

"American Beauty" its fruit is red inside, sweet and juicy.
Loquat Eriobotrya
The loquat is adapted to a subtropical to mild-temperature climate. Where the climate is too cool or excessively warm and moist leaf scorch. High heat and sunlight during the winter often results in sunburned fruit.
Jackfruit(Artocarpus heterophyllus)
Jackfruit is adapted to humid tropical and near-tropical climates. Mature trees have survived temperatures of about 27F in southern Florida, Young trees are likely to be killed at temperatures below 32F.
Mangosteen(Garcinia Mangostana)
Mangosteen is known as the Queen of the Fruits, and is an extremely popular fruit in Southeast Asia, where is it native. The snow white pulp is aromatic and has a delightful sweet sour taste. Very ornamental and tropical looking.
Black Sapote's
The smooth-textured Black Sapote's (Diospyros dignya) produces a fruit often called the 'Chocolate Pudding Fruit'. The Black Sapote fruit resembles a large, round green tomato on the outside and varies in size from two to five inches in diameter.
Pakistan Mulberry
The black mulberry is more fastidious, faring less well in cold climates or areas with humid summers. peratures. The black mulberry is the least cold-hardy of the three, although again cold tolerance seems to depend on the clone.

Canistel egg-fruit 

evergreen tree that has dark green leaves up to twelve inches long clustered at the tips of the branches. The fruit has an orange to yellow thin skin, and the pulp is dry like a hard boiled egg yolk.
Kyoho Grape
kyoho are well adapted to the warm, humid conditions of the southeastern U.S,where the American,except for some West Coast locations. kyoho can be grown in California and adjacent areas.

Carambola(Averrhoa carambola)

The carambola is classified as subtropical because mature trees can tolerate temperatures as low as 27F for short periods of time with little damage.

PAPAYA (Carica papaya L.)

The papaya is a short-lived, fast-growing, woody, large herb to 10 or 12 feet in height. It generally branches only when injured. All parts contain latex. The hollow green or deep purple trunk is straight and cylindrical with prominent leaf scars.
Tropical Guava Seedless
The tropical guava is best adapted to the warm climate and with some protection, selected areas north to. Guavas actually thrive in both humid and dry climates, but can survive only a few degrees of frost. defoliated.

Surinam Cherry

The shrub or tree, to 25 ft (7.5 m) high, has slender, spreading branches and resinously aromatic foliage. The opposite leaves, bronze when young, are deep-green and glossy when mature; turn red in cold, dry winter weather. They are ovate to ovate-lanceolate, blunt- to sharp-pointed, 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 in (4-6.25 cm) long. Long-stalked flowers
Sapodilla
The sapodilla is an attractive upright, slow-growing, long-lived evergreen tree. Distinctly pyramidal when young, with age the tree may develops a crown that is dense and rounded or sometimes open and somewhat irregular in shape.
Graviola (Soursop)
Graviola (Soursop)belongs to the genus Annonaceae and comprises about 150 species.It is a small tree of tropical South America, no more than 20 feet tall; the oblong to oval leaves are leathery, very dark and shiny green.
They have a pungent odor when crushed.

Avocado

Start with Hass, a premium variety with excellent quality fruit 7 to 12 ounces in size with medium, bumpy green skin turning black when ripe. The hass avocado is an excellent choice for orchard and backyard, ripening February to October.

Golden Kiwi Fruit (Actinidia deliciosa)

In the forests where it is native, the plant is a vigorous, woody, twining vine (liana) or climbing shrub. It is not unusual for a healthy vine to cover an area 10 to 15 feet wide, 18 to 24 feet long and 9 to 12 feet high. In cultivation it is supported on a trellising system
Goji Berry

The kaffir lime is a rough, warty green fruit that grows on thorny bush with aromatic and distinctively shaped "double" leaves. The dark green glossy leaves are extremely rich in lemon-lime fragrance, which is even more intense when the leaves are broken.

Atemoya
The atemoya, is a hybrid of two fruits C the sugar apple and the cherimoya C which are both native to the American tropics. This fruit is popular in Taiwan, where it is known as the "pineapple sugar apple" .and due to this name sometimes wrongly believed to be a cross between the sugar apple and the pineapple.
Red Custard Apple
Both in tree and in fruit, the custard apple, Annona reticulata L., is generally rated as the mediocre or "ugly duckling" species among the prominent members of this genus. Its descriptive English name has been widely misapplied to other species and to the hybrid ATEMOYA
Acerola
Large, relatively fast growing bushy shrub or small tree (to 15 feet). Can be pruned to any desired shape, but grows best as a managed shrub.

Macadamia

Macadamias are large, spreading evergreen trees reaching 30 to 40 ft. high and almost as wide. More upright types are known and being selected because of their suitability for closer planting.The bark is rough but unfurrowed, brown and dark red when cut.
ROSE APPLE (Syzygium jambos Alston)
The rose apple is a highly decorative evergreen large shrub or small tree growing to about 20 feet with low spreading branches and pale-brown bark. It is wide spreading and often will be wider than its height.
WHITE SAPOTE (Casimiroa edulis Llave & Lex)
The white sapote forms a medium to very large evergreen tree, 15 to 50 feet, according to cultivar and soil. It is deciduous under drought and other stress. The tree casts a dense shade. Growth is rapid, in flushes.
Lucuma (Pouteria lucuma)
The lcuma (Pouteria lucuma) is a subtropical fruit native to the Peru's Andean region. Lucuma has been found on ceramics at burial sites of the indigenous people of coastal Peru.The Moche people had a fascination with agriculture and often chose to represent fruits and vegetables, including lucuma, in their art.
Cherry of the Rio Grande (Eugenia aggregata)
The Cherry of the Rio Grande (Eugenia aggregata) is an evergreen shrub native to Brazil which bears small fruits that are dark red to purple in color and have a sweet cherry-like flavor.
Granadilla Passion Fruit
The passion fruit is round to oval, yellow at maturity,
with a soft to firm, juicy interior filled with numerous seeds.
The fruit is both eaten and juiced;
Japanese Mulberry Soyo (Morus Bomcycis)
Blackberries grow on brambles native to the Northern Hemisphere. These thorny brambles, which are part of the Rosaceae (rose) family, usually are about 5 feet tall. They are not considered trees.
Maracuya Passion Fruit
The bright yellow variety of passion fruit, can grow up to the size of a grapefruit, has a smooth, glossy, light and airy rind, and has been used as a rootstock for the Purple Passion Fruit in Australia.
Star Apple(chrysophyllum Cainito)
STAR APPLE (Chrysophyllum cainito) This is a close relative of the Abiu. It has a wonderful milkshake flavor. The fruits are purple or green. When sliced open they have a star design in the center. The tree is very beautiful. The leaves have a bronze color on the under side.

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