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Richard Frost's Top Plant Recommendation: Favorite European Fruit Trees for Southern California.

Richard Frost

Janice Seedless Kadota Fig - Ficus carica 'Janice Seedless Kadota'
100 chill hours. Sweet, white fig. Great near coast or inland. Bears on same-year wood in late Fall. Prune in dormant season back to 3' or so back to a cluster of 8 to 12 "Y" junctions. By next fall, dozens of 10' to 15' canes will grow back loaded with figs.
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Anna Apple - Malus X pumila 'Anna'
200 chill hours, self-fruitful, occasionally multicrops, great taste.
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Anna Apple - Malus X pumila 'Anna'

Pettingill Apple - Malus X pumila 'Pettingill'
100 chill hours, fall season, self-fruitful.
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Plum 'Green Gage'
300 to 600 chill hours, depending upon cultivar. Considered best tasting European plum. Ripens August. Self-fruitful.
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Plum 'Green Gage'

Gold Kist Apricot - Prunus armeniaca 'Gold Kist'
300 chill hours, early summer, self-fruitful. Ripens late June, usually before peaches and nectarines.
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Gold Kist Apricot - Prunus armeniaca 'Gold Kist'

Katy - Apricot - Prunus armeniaca 'Katy'
300 chill hours, early summer, self-fruitful. Ripens late June, usually before peaches and nectarines.
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Saturn Peach - Prunus persica 'Saturn'
Large, delicious fruits. Freestone. 250 chill hours. Ripens midseason. Ripens before Panamint Nectarine.
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Saturn Peach - Prunus persica 'Saturn'

Panamint Nectarine - Prunus persica var. nucipersica 'Panamint'
Large, delicious fruits. Freestone. 250 chill hours. Ripens midseason (July). Ripens after Saturn Peach.
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Panamint Nectarine - Prunus persica var. nucipersica 'Panamint'

 


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