Sunday, November 24, 2013

Pictures of Fruit and Trees, Nov 24

Hurricane Wilma damage evident on large vertical  branch of this mango tree.
We're in the process of grafting a popular variety onto healthy shoots before eliminating damaged wood.

We have one off-season jak fruit.

Two of our mango varieties have small pea-sized fruit.

Mamey sapote... still many months from being ready to pick.

A few sugar apples that might be ready in late December or January.

Very small Sapodilla...probably some will be ready in January.

Two stages of Caimito development.  Fruit should be ready in March.

Miracle fruit with fruit and flowers.

Our own Avocado variety is ready to pick now.

Black Sapote should be ready in December.


  1. Just shared your video on our FB page and will like to take a tour in the summer what are your hours and cost. Love what you and your team is doing great job

  2. Thanks for your enthusiasm!
    Summer is peak season for tropical fruit. Mangos normally start in May. During mango season we are open for a few hours four days a week...will announce the schedule closer to mango season. In the past our fruit-picking tours have been held on Sundays. This past summer the cost of the tour was two dollars per person.