A wonderful producer of sweet and juicy fruit that keeps well for a long period. The fruit is large with pale green skin, blushed with red. Smooth, juicy flesh. Self-fertile. The tree has a highly ornamental value with loads of showy white blooms in spring. Requires 600 chilling hours.
A native hot pepper that has excellent ornamental and culinary value. Grows well in sun or shade, producing small, hot peppers. Nice in mixed beds, borders and containers.
An old-time favorite that produces high yields of tasty fruit. In mid-summer, sweet, purple-red fruit is harvest ready. It has good heat tolerance and disease resistance. It serves as a good pollinator for other plum varieties that may be planted nearby. Requires 250 chilling hours.
An old but dependable favorite that produces delicious tasting fruit. The plums are large and have an attractive, dark reddish purple color with a red flesh. Fruit is firm and has an excellent quality. Self-fertile. Requires 300 chilling hours.
Dwarf form of the increasingly popular shrub with all the same qualities. It has a dense, compact habit and produces orange-red flowers followed by small red fruit. Tolerates heat and humidity and grows well in most any soil. Works well in border plantings or can be grown in containers. Requires 150 chilling hours.
This is the pomegranate often seen in markets. Large, bright red fruits with bright red flesh. Tolerates heat and humidity and grows well in most any soil. Works well in border plantings or can be grown in containers. Great addition to xeriscape landscapes. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Requires 150 chilling hours.
Clusters of deep purple-black perfectly round fruits which are firm and have a nice balance between tart and sweet. They are perfect for eating fresh or for juice. Grows well in most soils and has good heat and disease tolerance.