18 thoughts on “June 2016 Garden Tour with Tropical fruit trees

    jennifer wilson

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Thank you for posting, I really enjoyed watch your video. You have most of the eatable trees, except Fig tree. Try to plant it.

    rafiqa11

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    prune, and fruit fertilizer(organic). pear tree. make sure you have the self pollination, or female and a male.

    marky ngn

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    How do you keep those trees alive during Louisiana winter. My parents live about an hour south of News Orlean, but they have a hard time to keep their tropical trees alive every winter.

    jebahas

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    You have a nice collection of various trees & plants. You should be able to grow nice blueberries in the wet ground, providing it doesnt dry out too much. You may have a fungus that could be attacking some of your plants. If this is the case grow heaps of neem trees & put the leaves in the blender to spray on your other plants (care for your bananas).

    Adam Warlock

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Great video. keep us posted on those amazing fruit trees

    Manny Vedo

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Hi…is so funny…I have about 90% of the same trees that you have! is great to find people trying to grow same fruits am trying here in Tucson, Az.,,,would like to make contact with you or anybody else interested in tropical fruits…to exchange photos, ideas, tips…learn from each other…Great Video!
    Marco…cocuyona@gmail.com

    Travis Robinson

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    hey have you tried grafting cuttings from other fruit trees?

    GardenTips

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Try planting your fruit trees on a mound in the wet areas. Your Alberta peach looks like it on a small mound in a dry area of the yard. Pile the dirt into a mound at least 1 foot tall, to allow the water to drain away from fruit trees. That's why your container trees are responding better. Build mounds. Search peach tree mounds in google.

    MRQturbo

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    I wished our Canadian climate was warmer so we could grow tropical fruits up here… Do you plant flowers to help attract bees… They will help pollinate your trees so you get a better fruit harvest..

    Exotische Pflanzen

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Hello,
    you have a beatiful garden, i like the fruit trees you have so much 🙂
    your apple tree need a second apple tree to polinade, one tree will never set fruits.
    best regards from germany :)

    DaOriginalMurdah

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    where did you buy your lychees from?

    Lily Hau

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    26:50 it call June plum…also u can have sugar apple fruits in a small tree if u hand pollinating and kept 3 fruits in one plant. I love your garden. I like your panda leaves. I can't find any in the market. I use the panda leaves to make deesert .

    BerbiceRiverBorn

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Hello Sir, I was checking for videos on backyard tropical fruit trees. I live in South Florida (zone 9). The soil is very fine sand. After failing in my initial attempts at growing both the mango and avacado trees, I now have 7 mango trees (6 varieties), 5 guava trees (4 varieties), 1 sapodilla, 1 Barbados, 1 lychee, 1 longan, 8 papaya, 1 Asian and 1 Keiffer pear trees all growing well in my backyard. I ate tree ripened mangoes for the first time is over 14 years since moving to the USA. In my front yard I have 7 citrus starapple, blackberries and passion fruit vines all doing well. I have found that with fruit trees, you need to ensure that the trees get appropriate nutrients or they will not fruit.

    Never Enough Dirt

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    30 years, I am happy for you to be able to see a mango one a tree. Thanks for sharing your special moment with us.
    31:57 is a Rice Patty Herb. Nice tour. Nice to see so many different plants and trees. Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to future updates. Happy growing.

    Never Enough Dirt

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Hello, I found your channel from YT suggestion. If you dont mind, I am going to comment as I watch your video.
    The fruit trees you have in the ground look nice and big. When you mentioned that you have had trouble with them fruiting the first thing that came to mind was if you are located in a warm area. In southern LA, it may be too warm for those trees to fruit. The big box retailers will sell you all sorts of trees and plants that are not for the area they sell them in. I learned to do my homework before buying what they have. One thing you may want to look up is "chill hours." Chill hours apply to many of the non tropical fruit. Also, it sounds like your persimmon has regressed back to the root stock. I am now at the part of the video where you show your tropical fruit trees. Very nice collection. They should do well in your area. –Brian

    Kymm Lymm

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Your collection is amazing. Looking forward to seeing their progress. New sub here.

    London Home Gardening And More

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    Beautiful garden, I've subbed all the way from London, England

    Paul Miu

    (October 26, 2016 - 4:26 pm)

    if you dont want to waste space to plant another tree for pollination u can do graft that what i did for my plum, persimmon jujube, and lot more tree, plant to graft three different thai mango in my mango tree this year.

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