26 thoughts on “Our TOP 3 FRUIT TREES For Rapid Abundance & Multiple Flushes Each Year!

    N Esq

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Strawberry tree here in orlando is a beast. Literally non stop fruits for months now. Tastes like caramel!

    Jason Foster

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I have Acerola and Everbearing Mulberry growing in 9a that weirdly enough I purchased from Walmart. Some Walmarts have cheap tropical fruits plants $7 and up. The Mulberry is a winner and get about a pint to a quart a day of berries when fruiting. I had no idea that pruning it would make it fruit again, so a big thanks for that info. I will have to look up where to find the Jamaican Cherry. Keep these videos coming, our food forest in Sebring FL has benefited greatly from the info and inspiration!

    Matthew Brisbois

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    How do we pick the most productive fruit trees to grow in our own property. For example I’m growing bananas but to me it’s not worth it. They take long to fruit and end up fruiting only once, could you give examples of trees that are the most effective to grow. Or worth our time.

    natanku1

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Everbearing mulberry is one of the least impressive varieties. Tice, Pakistan, and others are much better even if they do not fruit year round. Jamaican cherry is great, fast growing, my kids love it. Tastes like cantaloupe mixed with cotton candy. Acerola cherry is my least favorite, although they are healthy with very high levels of vitamin C. Bananas are actually one of my favorite fruiting plants to grow in Central Florida – so much variation possible.

    Abby Feldman

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    where is the farm nursery? what is happening in your town culturally? any artists or coaches on your methods?

    vigo pepper popper

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Two of my recent additions that are already fruiting are the strawberry tree and a kumquat tree. The kumquat is covered in fruit.

    George Khoury

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Your everbearing mulberry trees look beautiful behind you. I must ask you a question as far as that species compared to the Pakistani and mulberry would you consider a new gardener to have a pack of standing as well? Because I heard the fruit or anywhere from 4 to 5 in long and they are very sweet is this true? Thank you so much for your awesome videos I've been such a big help to my wife and I

    Blighted Wulf

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I love the videos you give so much inspiration to me

    but I wanted to know if you could answer a question for me i have a Barbados cherry tree in a pot and it's flowering but the flowers drop off and I don't know why it's happening

    I got flowers last year and they didn't drop off so I don't know what's going on this year

    Tiffany Patton

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I'm glad I found you. I work with a non profit wanting to plant food forests in each city or area where land owners dedicate land. We are high desert with some 1 degree temps and easily do 600 chill hours for fruits. NO ONE in my area for 400 miles grows fruit or market fruit. We are reviving this after a 30 year slump. We have apricots, mulberries, choke cherries, purple leaf peach trees, purple leaf plum cherries so far and black walnut grows here. We would LOVE everbearing but our growing season is short, maybe 20 weeks if we are lucky, and first 12 are dry dry months. THANK you for producing this video!

    mawardy GARDENING

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I Like mulberry…

    Alina Bladow

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    We love your YouTube channel Pete. Question: Can a Pakistani Mulberry be kept small thru pruning and have it produce lots of fruit?

    Jane Suzanne Streeter

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Has it occurred to you that if someone is homeless but has a friend to use as a shipping address they can order these things in and then plant them in county or state owned areas…yes, it makes the trees county or state owned by definition but it's a food source for people who desperately need to eat and don't always have access to food.

    jordon

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I know you don't sell these trees but where do i find all these awesome trees?

    Jon Salem

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Great advise …For Mulberry to not be on this list would be a crime. Added benefit of attacting birds away from other fruits and garden spaces. Best to plant opposite garden space keeping birds away from other crops a classic garden tree worldwide and I believe they host silk worms as I remember? Thanks for the information particularly for FL im in pasco near tarpon zone 9b and will be planting a food forest landscaped island out front and back of home soon using permaculture concepts. Hard to fight feeling of needing more land but I can see for my needs even in my limited size lot I could do a lot and have bounty to share.

    Brett Dman

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Mulberries are awesome, but if someone could come up with a blackberry tree that produced year round, I would be in heaven. Until then, Mulberry cobbler it is.

    Shawn C

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I would add plums. Mine are very prolific, pest free and are very easy to maintain (even in pots.)

    Jessica X

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Can't wait to plant my first mulberry tree!!

    Yo Sultan

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Thanks Pete

    Dorine Mort

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Mullberries-YUM YUM YUM YUM YUM! Thats all i have to say

    Khmer Guiding Life

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Can I grow mulberry in cold area like Washington State?

    Rebecca Conn

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I love mulberries.

    Brian Liberty

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    I’m in north Jacksonville, does anyone know where I can purchase a Muntingia Calabura tree?

    The Home Plate Special

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    are these trees able to fruit by themselves or do you need more than one?

    ian morgan

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Lol I was eating mull berries while watching

    Kemo Sabi

    (August 9, 2019 - 8:46 pm)

    Its Growing On Me! Aahaha

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