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Dragon FruitEl Grullo
Dragon FruitSan Lorenzo
GrapeJupiter
Japanese Raisin Treeplant
PomegranateWonderful
Rose AppleTree


_ Techniques of grafting DVDhttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt0985675/Learn about grafting, Air layering, clonal propagation, and scion-wood selection from members of the Orange County Chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers. Grafting is where you take a cutting of one variety of plant and attach it to a plant of the same family. An example of this would be having an existing naval orange tree and attaching a tangerine part to it. As that part grows, it will product Tangerines while the other parts of the tree produce oranges.
CheMale (has flowers)The Che Male fruit tree, also known as the Chinese or Mandarin Melonberry is similar to it’s relative the Mulberry, in that it’s not actually a berry but a tiny sphere like collection of tiny fruit. The Che Male is needed in order for the female to produce fruit and 1 male can pollinize up to 3 females. The Che Male makes for a beautiful ornamental by itself but has been known to produce a few female flowers that bear fruit. The Fruit of the Che is maroon in color and when ripe taste like watermelon with the sweetness and sugar content of a ripe fig.
CherimoyaSeedling - Use this to graft onto.Seedling - Use this to graft onto.
CoffeeArabica4ft tall w coffee on it. 5 year old plant has lots of coffee "beans" on it now. The tree requires some but not too much direct sunlight; two hours a day seems ideal. The lacy leaves of the upper levels of the rain forest originally shaded the coffee tree. Larger coffee plants become more shrubby and even tree-like with full canopies of glossy leaves. Coffee grows well indoors in any bright room, but its lush look is ideal for bedrooms, dens, and family rooms where you want to create a cozy look.
CoffeeArabicaThe tree requires some but not too much direct sunlight; two hours a day seems ideal. The lacy leaves of the upper levels of the rain forest originally shaded the coffee tree. Larger coffee plants become more shrubby and even tree-like with full canopies of glossy leaves. Coffee grows well indoors in any bright room, but its lush look is ideal for bedrooms, dens, and family rooms where you want to create a cozy look.
Dragon Fruit"Costco Red" non specified variety"costco Red" Costco for short time carried a red variety of dragon fruit with giving a specific variety. We are giving a cutting of one of these with every purchaser
Dragon FruitAmerican BeautyProduces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit.
Dragon FruitArmondo Produces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit.
Dragon FruitBien Hoa RedProduces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit.
Dragon FruitChina BowlRed Flesh
Dragon FruitCondorProduces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit.
Dragon FruitD36Produces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit. this is a new experimental variety. has not been officially named yet.
Dragon FruitDelightProduces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit.
Dragon FruitEl GrulloProduces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit.
Dragon FruitHalley's Comet largeProduces very large, sweet dark pink fruit.
Dragon FruitS. gummosus agria Red Flesh The "sour" pitaya or pitaya agria (S. gummosus) in the Sonoran Desert has been an important food source for indigenous peoples of the Americas SHARP Spiny, thorny , Using a knife to slice the skin a little bit more allows it to pop open quite easily. If really ripe, the turgid pressure will let the fruit start opening on its own once you make the slice. At this point it is easy to scoop out the tasty flesh or just peel back the skin (spines and all) and bite away! Flavor described as tasting like a combination of strawberry and watermelon with a little bit of a tart kick
Dragon FruitS. gummosus agria Red Flesh The sour pitaya or pitaya agria (S. gummosus) in the Sonoran Desert has been an important food source for indigenous peoples of the Americas
Dragon FruitSan LorenzoProduces large, sweet dark pink flesh fruit. THE PLANT IS PRODUCING FRUIT . at this time there is fruit on it. Speciman size see pictures on botom of the page
Dragon FruitSin EspinasRed Flesh THORNLESS Brix 17 requires a nother dragon fruit plant as polinator.
Dragon FruitVoo Doo ChildProduces large, sweet dark red flesh fruit.
FigLong Neck YellowProduces huge- almost tennis ball sized bright yellow fruit with a long neck. Because of its thin skin and honey sweet flavor Yellow Long Neck is considered by many connoisseurs to be among the best figs you will find.
FigMystery figSomeone lost the tag identifing it. We are not sure of the specific variety it is, just that it will produce fruit.
GrapeAny 3 of the $10 grapes**** BUY 3 any combination of the $10 GRAPES for $22 ****
GrapeJupiterTable Grape Jupiter has large seedless, oval blue-purple berries on large clusters. Its skins are not too tough or too tart to impede its desirability as a table grape. It has mild but pleasant flavor and a pronounced flowery "Muscat-type" aromatic profile that carries through in wines made from it. It can be trained to an upright growth habit. The grape has moderate-to-strong resistance to fungal diseases, It has been used as wine grape, but typically gets eaten before wine is made
GrapeNY47616Table Grape A heavy producer of dense clusters of dark blue sweet and delicious grapes that ripen early. An easy to grow disease resistant variety with compact and attractive foliage. This taste test winner was developed at Cornell University and is hardy zones 6-9 .
GrapePetite Jewel Seedless Petite Jewel Seedless Grape is an excellent choice for growers in northern climates and was selected by Elmer Swenson for its cold hardiness, ability to ripen in short seasons and excellent flavor that tastes of strawberries with a bit of a spicy finish. One of our absolute favorite table grapes! Large clusters of small red berries ripen very early in the season and are resistant to downy mildew and black rot. We’ve also been told you can make a delicious wine from Petite Jewel. Latin Name: Vitis labrusca x riparia
Site and Soil: Grapes like full to 1/2 day sun and well-drained soil. Grapes are drought resistant once they are established.
Pollination Requirements: This Grape is self-fertile.
Hardiness: USDA Zone 4
Bearing Age: 2-3 years after planting.
Size at Maturity: 10-12 ft. in width on fence, trellis, arbor or other support.
Ripening Time: August
Yield: 10-15 lbs.
USDA Zone: 4-9
Japanese Raisin TreeplantThe edible parts are not true raisins but consist of clusters of swollen flower stem segments with their dried seed pods. You pluck off the seed pods when fully dry and eat the swollen stems. The taste experience is very similar to that of true raisins, although there is a bit of fibrous residual material. They are sweet and tasty. This is a hardy deciduous tree and serves well as an ornamental.
LoquatSeedlingThis is a tree growing in a 1 gallon pot. It should be grafted with a specific variety of loquat to product fruit.
Manila tamarindplantPithecellobium dulce, commonly known as Manila tamarind, Madras thorn, or camachile. It is also sometimes known as monkeypod. The flowers are greenish-white, fragrant, sessile and reach about 12 cm (4.7 in) in length, though appear shorter due to coiling. The flowers produce a pod, which turns pink when ripe and opens to expose the seed arils; a pink or white, edible pulp. The pulp contains black shiny seeds that are circular and flat. Pollen is a polyad of many pollen grains stitched together. The tree cat reach
Passion FruitPurple Passion Fruit Edulissmall plant grows bigger
PomegranateInkSweet-tart Medium to Large Dark Red A very dark purple nearly black fruit. dark red rind, medium sized arils, with medium
seeds. Good flavor. Shared best pomegranate rating in 2008 with ‘Ariana’
PomegranateWonderfulsmall plant
PomegranateWonderfulWonderful Pomegranates are a particularly sweet and delicious fruit that can grow to the size of a grapefruit. ... It is quite showy with its large fruit and red, waxy flowers. At maturity, the Wonderful can reach a height of 8 ft. to 12 ft. It is hardy in Zones 8-10, requiring 150 chill hours.
PomegranateWonderfulZones: 7-10 Chill hours: 150 Harvest: September 8 - October 12 Looks: Large purple-red fruit with deep colored juice. Personality: Delicious, tangy flavor. Facts of note: Pomegranates are not grafted onto any rootstock, so in areas where it gets cold enough to freeze, the tops of the plants may die back, they still come back and produce the same fruit. Hummingbirds LOVE the pomegranate flowers. Best fruit quality in hot inland climate. A fine long-lived tree in any soil. Seeds are not very hard and this variety is better for juicing than for eating out of hand. Plant is vigorous and productive. Leading commercial variety in California, introduced in 1896.
Pollination: Self-pollinated.
Surinam CherryTreeGrows to be Large shrub or small tree producing highly ornamental pumpkin-shaped fruits. Fruits are sweet-tart and very juicy and can have a resinous taste (dissipates when refrigerated)
Surinam Cherry aka Brazilian cherry, Cayenne cherry, pitangaTree / bushGrows to be Large shrub or small tree producing highly ornamental pumpkin-shaped fruits. Fruits are sweet-tart and very juicy and can have a resinous taste (dissipates when refrigerated)
YaconplantThe plant produces a perennial rhizome to which are attached the edible, succulent storage roots