[nafex] Re: Kind of off topic; but sort of on : )

lostman_amiga lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 2 11:25:33 EST 2002

I would say the first thing you need to do is join the 
Southern Fruit Fellowship. :)

Most of what you listed will grow in Georgia, but that seems to be the limit.
You may wish to get a book on subtropical fruit for Florida. 

--- In nafex at y..., "fuwafuwaosagi" <fuwafuwausagi at m...> wrote:
> Gang:
> Well, the fluffy one is fast approaching that time in life where he 
> decides where he is going to stake out his place in the sun.  The 
> wife is leaning to Florida, but as we both greatly enjoy a variety of 
> home grown fruit it poses a bit of a problem.  So here is the 
> question what the heck can I grow in Florida?  I guess citrus is in, 
> but what of strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, goose berries, 
> currants, apples, pears, cherries, plums, grapes, normal garden 
> crops, corn, apricots, peaches etc.  My instincts tell me most 
> apples, all pears, all cherries, garden root crops except sweet 
> potatoe, plums, all goose berries and currants are out but I simply 
> do not know.   Most of my books are geared for zones 3-5.  Is anyone 
> in Florida, and what are you growing?
> Wishing all of you the very best,
> Kevin(the fluffy bunny)Mathews

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