Monday, February 1, 2010

Florida Harvest Monday- 16 varieties!

16 varieties of fruit ready to harvest this morning!
1st row:  Navel Orange, Orlando Tangelo, Minneola Tangelo (Honeybell), Sweet Lemon.
2nd row:  Ruby Red Grapefruit, Marsh White Grapefruit, Persian Lime, Key Lime, Kumquats.
3rd row:  Papaya, Starfruit, Banana flower, Pineapple.
Not shown:  Mandarins, Limequat, Calamondins.

5 comments:

Susan said...

What a bounty of fresh fruit in the winter - Yum. Enjoy!

Floridagirl said...

Such a beautiful, healthy arrangement there. How do you have such an impressive array of fruits? You must have a large property for so many different trees! I'm shocked to see pineapples and papayas after the Arctic Blast!

Ottawa Gardener said...

Seriously. Wow, now I want to get myself a huge green house! Very nice harvest and one I am likely never to see but it's good fun to read about it.

Daphne said...

I've had real fresh pineapple (not the stuff they ship up here in the north). I envy your nice pineapple head. It must be delicious.

debsgarden said...

You have pineapples! What a beautiful array of fruit! Do you sell fruit or all these for you and your family? I really like your blog. I think the Nature's Artistry feature is a great idea.

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