10 thoughts on “Exotic Fruit Trees Growing in the SF Bay Area at Emma Prush Farm Park

    scubadrew9292

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    I have a huge (60 year old) Pineapple Guava and I live in the Bay Area. I eat as much as I can but end up composting most of the fruit. If you live near Lafayette and its the end of summer hit me up!

    scubadrew9292

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    Foliage not Foilage

    sassyleochick

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    In El Salvador they call the white zapotes "mata sanos". Translation: mata: to kill. sanos: the healthy, lol. In other words something that will kill a healthy person. Haha, I've ate tons of them here and I'm still alive, and they say they make you sleepy if you eat too many. Never had that happen to me so eat them up!

    john doe

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    WHAT BOOKS DO YOU RECCOMEND?
    Whatever they are i will read them if u suggest it

    Joe Serrano

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    hmm….the white sapote tree is really quite hardy in cooler climates, up here on the central plateau it does well, but the flesh is too sweet and if you overeat this fruit it makes you very drowsy,…better the black sapote and if it grows well in morelia(high altitude, cooler climate, i'm sure it will grow just as well here,..only thing no tree starts here, only the seeds and not much info' on how to germinate them, how about you John, ya heard of the black sapote?*****

    Real American Patriot

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    Cool vid John. I live close to the farm on the other side of the freeway. If I had known that you were coming down, I would have shown you my raised bed garden project in progress. Frank

    Shortys Farm Adventure

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    I wish that you would introduce your staff and their specialties, everyone of them deserves a big hand for keeping your farm (I know that it is just a house in the city, but I see a farm) going while you educate us.

    jaymeez

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    BTW your pronouncing the name wrong. Prusch is pronounced pr-uh-sh not proo-sh.. lol I remember going there on a field trip back in elementary and all we taked about was how big the balls were on the huge pig they had in the barn lol…

    jaymeez

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    I grew up around the corner from there!!!

    kiowa32

    (December 12, 2018 - 8:08 am)

    Hey John!

    Your videos are Great! They have inspired me.
    I was wondering, can tree collards grow in the midwest? I live in MO, but I have never seen tree collards.
    Thanks

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