Fruit trees all year long - Knowledgebase Question

Lake Mary, Fl
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Question by shaunajb2001
August 12, 2010
I live in central Florida and I would love to be able to pick different varities of fruit from my backyard all year long? What varieties of different fruit trees do I need to achieve fruit all year long. I already have a Valencia orange tree, Florida-queen peach tree, pineapple pear tree.

Answer from NGA
August 12, 2010
You can plant all kinds of trees, bushes and vines to provide fruit nearly all year around. Here are some to consider planting: Avocado, Calamondin, Blackbery, Banana, Key Lime, Blueberry, Barbados Cherry, Kumquat, Fig, Capulin, Lemon, Strawberry,
Carissa, Limequat, Carambola, Tahiti Lime, Cocoplum, Cattley Guava, Ceylon Gooseberry , Coffee, Grumichama , Guava, Imbe, Jaboticaba, Kei Apple, Limeberry, Miracle Fruit, Monstera, Naranjilla , Papaya, Passion Fruit, Pineapple, Pitomba, and Surinam Cherry. You'll probably find even more things in your local nursery. Enjoy your landscape!

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