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Persea americana - Hass Hass Avocado - Most popular variety due to both its superior taste and excellent keeping qualities. The medium sized fruit is pear-shaped with an excellent creamy nut flavored flesh, no fiber and a seed held tightly in its cavity. The leathery rough dark-purple skin turns to black when ripe.
Persea americana - Lamb Hass Lamb Hass Avocado - Lamb Hass produces a higher yield of fruit then the traditional Hass. Tree is smaller then traditional Hass, 10 to 12 feet tall, and extends the growing season of Hass avocados 10 weeks.
Prunus persica Peach - A native to China. Produces delicious fruit and lovely flowers during the spring time. The large encased fruit are white and fleshy in the interior. Characteristic for its velvety peal pattern. Typically eaten when fairly firm, but often allowed to ripen when making juices. Since their exportation and genetic recombination, a wide array of subspecies have sprouted throughout the Mediterranean. In particular, a Persian variety has currently become the most beloved in all of the Eastern World.
Prunus persica 'Babcock' Babcock Peach - 'Babcock' is well adapted to Coastal California. It bears small to medium freestone peaches, with light pinkish skin, little fuzz, and white flesh turning red near pit. Sweet with some tang, early bearing heritage variety. Thin heavily for good fruit production. The peach is the most adaptable of all fruit trees for home gardens.
Prunus spp. Nectarine - Naive of China. A specimen with broad base leaves and a solitary trunk. Blooms in the spring and bears a yellowish white fleshy core. Its smooth peal is delicate and easily breaks with every bite. Oval shape and adopts a red-brown-white coloration during the spring. Grows exceptionally well in Northern and Southern California. Hardy, drought tolerant and not prone to rot.
Psidium amplexicaule Mountain Guava - Mountain Guava is adored for its greenish-white core. A specie resistant to fungal diseases and adaptable to various soil types. Prefers a moist soil. Native to the warm tropics of Jamaica. In Jamaica, it can be found growing at higher elevations and closer to the coastal regions. Its high resistance to humid and warm temperatures make it highly adaptable to the spring and summer in California.
Psidium friedrichsthalium Costa Rican Guava - Native to multiple countries along the Central American horizontal axis, especially Costa Rica and the northern regions of Colombia. Since its introduction to the Panama Canal trade period, this guava became dispersed in multiple Central and South American countries. In Oaxaca, Mexico, locals use this in their popular guava ice cream bars. Grows exceptionally well in the Philippines and Guatemala. With decades of acclimation to the California climate, this specimen has adopted high resistance to the temperature changes and types of pests on the West Coast. Grows very well in all districts in Southern California.
Psidium guajava Apple Guava - Native to the country of Brazil. In Brazil, guavas are often called "goiaba." As an evergreen, many locals utilize the miniature tree as tropical accent in the patio. Farmers, on the other hand, grow endless fields for the delicious pear-shaped fruit. This particular guava contains a greenish-yellow color. Many Brazilian locals rely on the high amounts of vitamin A, B, and C for their balance diet. According to nutritionists, guavas have been found to have greater concentrations of vitamin C than plants in the Citrus genus.
Psidium havanense Cuban Guava - Native to the country infamous for its beloved Royal palms--CUBA. In Cuba, this guava is often seen growing along the outskirts of Havana, Cuba. Currently, this particular specie is endangered. Some botanists believe it has lost its natural habitat and is near extinction in the next 20 years. Nevertheless, the harvesting and exportation of seeds to the US has reintroduced its existence in the backyards of Californians. The guava is notable for its membranous peal and sour core. In Cuba, it is often eaten with powdered sugar and chili powder.
Psidium pedicellatum Ecuadorian Guava - A native to the country of Ecuador. In Ecuador, it is customary to eat the Ecuadorian Guava fresh with powder sugar and salt. Often, locals will boil the guava in order to synthesizes candles and jellies. The pinkish core and thick greenish shell are the defining features of this guava. The tree is of taller stature and tends to grow faster in subtropical climate. Excellent for most climates in California.
Psidium rostratum Peruvian Guava - Native to the country of Peru. A delicious guava that is notable for its thin yellow peal and reddish core. The yellow peal tends to be more friable. The friable shell gives it a superior characteristic for making juices.Grows excellent in subtropical climates. Adaptable to California climate.
Psidium spp. Asian Guava/ Chinese Guava/ Farang - Known as "Farang" in the beautiful country of Thailand. In Thai, Farang means foreigner. The Asian Guava traces back to Tropical America. Southern American traders migrated to Thailand. With them, they brought the guava seeds during the 1700s. Thai natives found the mysterious specie grew best in a subtropical climate, as found along the Central Plains of their country. For this reason, the Asian Guava grows exceptionally well in all Southern California districts. Furthermore, its guava characteristics make it praised by all countries in Southeast Asia. Its enormous size and thick shell with white core make it a high commodity in markets. Special care must be taken with younger trees with underdeveloped branch diameter. So, it is best to purchase an older specimen to avoid growth impairment.
Punica granatum Pomegranate - The pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree growing to between five and eight meters tall. The pomegranate is native to the region from Iran to the Himalayas in northern India and has been cultivated and naturalized over the whole Mediterranean region and the Caucasus since ancient times.
Pyrus pyrifolia Asian pear - Traditionally in China, because of the high hydrostatic osmolarity, the Asian Pear is eaten or sliced for delicious appetizers. In the northern regions of China, slices of Asian Pear are eaten with a light soy sauce, sugar, and a light touch of vinegar. DELICIOUS. However, the high amounts of water make the fruit difficult to manage in ovens. The Chinese Pear is notable for its grainy, juicy, and crispy characteristics. Its increasing popularity in Paris, France has made the fruit exportation from China increase in the past 15 years.
Vaccinium corymbosum Blueberry - Blueberries are flowering plants in the genus Vaccinium, sect. Cyanococcus. The species are native only to North America. Blueberry bushes typically bear fruit from May through June in the Western Hemisphere.Blueberries are among a category of functional foods called superfruits having the favorable combination of nutrient richness, antioxidant strength.
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