Fruit Trees for Arizona


Kind Variety Zones (Sunset) Season Maturity Zone 13 Remarks Self-fruitful
Almond All-in-One (semi-dwarfing) 8-10,12-16,19-21   August Medium to large. Soft shelled with good quality sweet kernels. Classified semi-dwarf to 15 feet. Chilling requirement of 500 hours (may not be suited for Salt River Valley). Number 1 almond for home orchards. x
Almond Garden Prince Genetic Dwarf 8-10,12-16,19-21   August Compact, lushly foliated 10-12 foot tree. Soft shell, kernels especially sweet and tasty. Bears young and heavy. Chilling requirement of 250 hours. x
Almond Neplus Ultra 8-10,12-16,19-21   August Large soft-shelled nut, long broad flat kernel. Chilling requirement of 250 hours. Needs pollenizer. Best pollenizer: Nonpareil.  
Almond Nonpareil Almond: 8-10,12-16,19-21   August No. 1 commercial almond, the standard of quality. Inter-fruitful with All-In-One and Neplus. Chilling requirement 400 hours. Pollenizer required  
Apple Anna 24-Jul   June Excellent flavor when ripe. Breaks down rapidly. Needs fruit thinning. Remarkable fruit for mild-winter climates in Southern Arizona. Heavy crops of sweet, crisp, flavorful apples even in low desert. Fresh or cooked. Keeps 2 months in refrigerator. Chilling requirement 200 hours. Self-fruitful or pollinated by Dorsett Golden or Ein shemer x
Apple Arkansas Black 1-3,10-11 L   Deep red colored fruit. Flesh is hard and crisp – needs pollenizer.  
Apple Beverly Hills 12,13,18-24   June Produces a pale yellow medium sized fruit. Chilling requirement 300 hours. x
Apple Braeburn 1-10,14-16 L   Medium to large size fruit with crisp firm flesh. Fruit set better with pollenizer  
Apple Dorsett Golden 12,13,17-24 E June Yellow, flavorful, firm. Outstanding sweet apple for warm winter areas. Firm, very flavorful, sweet like Golden Delicious. Productive throughout the low desert. Good early season sweet apple. Chilling requirement of 100 hours. x
Apple Ein shemer 12,13,17-24   June Heavy-bearing, very low chilling requirement of 100 hours. Sweet yellow apples. Excellent pollenizer for Anna. x
Apple Empire 2,3,6,7,10,14-16 M   Medium dark red fruit with white creamy flesh.  
Apple Firm Gold 2,10 L   Yellow large fruited type of golden delicious.  
Apple Fuji 7-10,14-16 L August Dull red, medium sized fruit. Very sweet with excellent aroma and cream colored flesh. Recently introduced from Japan, has quickly become California’s favorite apple. Sweet, very crisp and flavorful, excellent keeper. Dull reddish-orange skin, sometimes russeted. Chilling requirement listed as 600 hours, but preliminary testing in the low desert indicate that it may be less. x
Apple Gala 4-10,14-16 M August Medium size fruit. Red blush over yellow color with aromatic flavor. Wonderful dessert apple from New Zealand. Crisp, nice blend of sweetness and tartness, rich flavor. Skin reddish-orange over yellow. Chilling requirement listed as 500-600 hours, preliminary testings suggest it maybe less. x
Apple Golden Delicious 1-3,7-11,14-24 L   Yellow large fruit. Excellent pollenizer.  
Apple Gordon 2,10,12,18-24   June Produces a reddish-green fruit for fresh use and cooking. Chilling requirement, 400 hours. x
Apple Granny Smith 6-11,14-16 L   Large green fruit with tart flavor. Fruit set better with pollenizer.  
Apple Gravenstein 4-11,14-24 E   Medium to large fruit. Needs cross pollenation.  
Apple Jerseymac 2,10 E   Fruit has semi-solid red blush; creamy. White flesh – needs thinning.  
Apple Jonagold 2-10,14-16 M   Large golden apple with red stripes. Stores well. Need cross pollenation.  
Apple Jonathon 2-10,14-16 M   Red and pale yellow medium size fruit. Firm, tart, crisp flavor.  
Apple Lodi 2,10 E   Large fruit with tart flavor. Needs cross pollenation.  
Apple Red Delicious 2,10 M   Large red fruit with sweet taste. Need cross pollenation.  
Apple Summered 2-10,15-16 E   Medium to large fruit with red blush  
Apricots Castlebrite 12,13 E May Freestone, excellent flavor. Firm and juicy. Good flavor when fully ripe, otherwise somewhat tart. Good size. Bright orange with red blush. 450 chill hours. x
Apricots Gold Kist 12,13 E 5/15-6/15 Freestone, excellent quality. Excellent backyard apricot for warm winter climates. Freestone, very good quality. Heavy bearing. Early harvest, late May to early June. Requires 300 chill hours. x
Apricots Katy 12,13 E 5/15-6/15 Excellent size and fruit quality. Freestone. Large, all purpose flavorful freestone. Tree ripe fruit is subacid (not tart). A favorite apricot for warm-winter climates. Early harvest, late May to early June. Requires 400 chill hours. x
Apricots Modesto 2,10   5/15-6/15 Commercially grown for shipping. 300-400 hours chilling. x
Apricots Moorpark 2,3,6-11,14-16 L   Large fruit and great flavor. Fruit may ripen unevenly.  
Apricots Patterson 2,10,12,13   June A vigorous tree. Fruit are medium to large in size with good firm, modestly flavorful flesh. Good for freezing, drying, and canning. Requires 500 chill hours. x
Apricots Royal (Blenheim) 2,3,6-23 M   Medium size fruit with excellent flavor and sweetness  
Apricots Royal Rosa 2,10 E May Extremely vigorous, more disease tolerant than other apricots. Bears young and heavy. Especially nice fruit: sweet, low acid, fine flavor. Very early harvest (early-to-mid May). Excellent backyard apricot. Requires 500 chill hours. x
Apricots Tilton 1-8,10,11,18,20 M   Medium size fruit with excellent flavor.  
Apricots Wenatchee 2,3,6,10 M   Large size with yellow skin and flesh.  
Blackberry Brazos     4/15-5/15 Very vigorous, thorny, erect plant which produces an abundance of large high quality berries. Berries are large, attractive appearance and heavy yields, tart acid flavor.  
Blackberry Rosborough     4/15-5/15 Vigorous moderately upright canes which produces well in a wide variety of soil and climatic conditions. Fruit are large, attractive in appearance and have a sweeter flavor than Brazos.  
Cherry, sour Montmorency 1-10,14-17 M   Large bright red fruit which is tart (pie use).  
Cherry, sour North Star 1-10,14-17 M   Red fruit, tart, genetic dwarf.  
Cherry, sweet Bing 2,6,7,10,14,15 M   Large black fruit. Excellent quality. Needs pollenizer. Use Van, Stella, or Hedelfingen  
Cherry, sweet Lambert 2,6,7,10,14,15 L   Fruit dark red, heart shaped; smaller than Bing. Pollenize with Rainier or Van.  
Cherry, sweet Rainier 2,6,7,10,14,15 M   Fruit has light yellow skin. Needs pollenizer. Use Van, Stella or Bing.  
Cherry, sweet Stella 2,6,7,10,14,15 L   Black, heart shaped fruit. Self fertile. Good pollenizer.  
Cherry, sweet Van 2,6,7,10,14,15 M   Dark fruit, good quality. Excellent pollenizer. Use Bing or Rainier  
Fig Black Mission 4-10,12-24 E August-October Best all around fig. Two crops. Black skin and strawberry pulp. Popular and flavorful for eating fresh or dried. Medium to large pear-shaped fruit has skin which is black-purple and strawberry-colored flesh. Tree is large and long lived. Well adapted to elevations below 2,000 feet.  
Fig Brown Turkey 4-10,12-24   August-October Sweet tasting and best eaten fresh. Bell shaped medium to large fruit has browish- purple skin with pink flesh. Tree is large and best adapted to 2,000 – 3,000 feet. Not as prolific as Mission.  
Fig Conadria 4-10,12-24   August-October Mild and sweet with whitish-pink flesh. Large fruit with cream to light green colored skin. Good, eaten fresh or dried. Tolerates heat well.  
Fig Kadota 4-10,12-24 M August-October Yellow skin and amber pulp. Good, fresh or dried, suitable for canning. Fruit is medium sized with yellow skin. Flesh is amber with few seeds. Hot weather aids in ripening  
Grapefruit, White Duncan 8,9,12-24   December-May    
Grapefruit, White Marsh 8,9,12-24   Mid-Nov to May    
Grapefruit, Pink Flame 8,9,12-24   Mid-Nov to May    
Grapefruit, Pink Red Blush 8,9,12-24   Mid-Nov to May    
Grapefruit, Pink Texas Star Ruby 8,9,12-24   Jan-April    
Grapefuit x Pummelo Melogold 8,9,12-24   Dec-January    
Grapefuit x Pummelo Oro Blanco 8,9,12-24   Nov-January    
Grapes Cardinal 8,9,11-16,18-21   6/15-7/15 Clusters large to medium in size. Very large, seeded, cherry red berries become reddish black with maturity. Use for arbor or summer house. Spur pruned.  
Grapes Exotic     6/15-7/15 Berries are black, large, seeded, crisp and sweet. Berry irregular to oval in shape and has large clusters. Ripen in July. Spur pruned.  
Grapes Fantasty     July Large, black, seedless berry used for table or raisin. Excellent flavor. Ripens in July. Cane pruned.  
Grapes Flame seedless 6-9,12-21   June Light red, seedless, crisp, sweet berry. Cool nights are required for full color development. Ripens June – July. Spur pruned.  
Grapes Perlette 3,7-16,18-21   5/15-6/15 Pale green, round, crisp, juicy seedless medium sized berry. Larger than Thompson, unique flavor – mild aromatic in flavor. Spur pruned, ripens in June.  
Grapes Ruby seedless 8,9,12-16,18-20   6/15-7/15 Dark red, sweet, crisp, excellent fresh or raisin. Ripens after Thompson seedless. Chilling requirement of 100 hours, self-fruitful. Ripens in June. Spur pruned.  
Grapes Thompson seedless 8,9,11-14,18,19   6/15-7/15 Most popular grape. Green, seedless berry, fresh or raisin. Very sweet. Self-fruitful. Chilling requirement of 100 hours. Ripens mid June – July. Cane pruned.  
Kiwi Tomuri Male 4-9,12,14-24   November Pollenizer for Vincent Female. Does not bear fruit. One male can pollinate up to eight Vincent females.  
Kiwi Vincent Female 4-9,12,14-24   November Low chilling required, which is adapted to Southern California. Tasty, well-regarded fuzzy skinned fruit. Pollinated by Tomuri male.  
Lemon Eureka 8,9,12-24   August-Feb    
Lemon Lisbon 8,9,12-24   August-Feb    
Lemon Ponderosa 8,9,12-24   Year around A citron-lemon hybrid, this ponderous choice is a novelty. Fragrant blooms produce gigantic lemons with many seeds. Tree tends to be rangy and open; needs pruning to control shape.  
Lime Mexican 13,21-23   Year around (Key Lime) the small bar lime(1.5 inches in diameter), sometime seedy but extremely juicy and a genuine tropical flavor when ripe. Produces year round, but more abundantly in the fall. Very thorny. Very frost sensitive.  
Lime Tahiti 8,9,12-24   August-Jan (Bearss, Persian) green lemon size fruit. Thorny branches.  
Lime Kaffir 13,21-23   August (Thai lime) The fruit is bumpy. The leaves, fruit juice and zest are used in tropical Asian cuisine. Similar frost resistance as the key lime.  
Lime Palestine Sweet 13,21-23     Low acidity and sugar. Many people find the taste bland at first, but the taste of the juice grows on you.  
Limequat Tavares 8,9,12-24   Nov-March    
Kumquat Fukushu 8,9,12-24   Oct-March    
Kumquat Meiwa 8,9,12-24   Oct-March    
Kumquat Nagami 8,9,12-24   Oct-March    
Nectarines Red Gold 2,10 M   Large, yellow flesh fruit. Self-fruitful, freestone.  
Nectarines Sun Glo 2,10 M   Large, deep yellow flesh, freestone.  
Olives Manzanillo 12,13 L   Major processing variety. Medium size fruit.  
Olives Sevillano 12,13 L   Very large fruit. Good pollenizer for Manzanillo  
Orange, Navel Cara Cara 12,13   Dec-January Pigmented navel orange with a crimson flesh similar to red grapefruit. The flavor and peel color of the ‘Cara Cara’ is similar to other navel orange varieties. Fruit segments are attractive in salads due to its crimson color.  
Orange, Navel Fukumoto 12,13   10/15-12/31    
Orange, Navel Lane Late 12,13   January-March    
Orange, Navel Parent Washington 12,13   Nov-January    
Orange, Sweet Diller 8,9,12-24   Dec-February    
Orange, Sweet Hamlin 8,9,12-24   Nov-January    
Orange, Sweet Marrs 8,9,12-24   10/15-2/15    
Orange, Sweet Pineapple 8,9,12-24   Dec-February    
Orange, Sweet Trovita 8,9,12-24   Dec-February    
Orange, Valencia Campbell 8,9,12-24   Feb-May    
Orange, Valencia Delta 8,9,12-24   Feb-May    
Orange, Valencia Midknight 8,9,12-24   Feb-May    
Orange, Valencia Olinda 8,9,12-24   Feb-May    
Orange, Blood Moro 8,9,12-24   11/5-3/1    
Orange, Blood Ruby 8,9,12-24   Jan-February    
Orange, Blood Salustiana 8,9,12-24   Jan-February    
Orange, Blood Sanguinelli 8,9,12-24   Jan-March    
Orange, Blood Tarroco 8,9,12-24   Jan-February    
Peach August Pride 12,13 E July Large, sweet, aromatic, rich flavor. Large, all-purpose yellow freestone for mild-winter climates. Sweet, aromatic, rich flavor, one of the best. Chilling requirement less than 300 hours.  
Peach Babcock 12,13,15,16,19-24 E June White fleshed freestone. Sweet, juicy and aromatic. Low in acid. Long-time favorite white-fleshed freestone. Sweet and juicy, aromatic, low in acid. Very high-scoring in taste test. Chilling requirement of 250-300 hours. x
Peach Belle of Georgia 2,10 M   White flesh, soft and juicy. Very productive.  
Peach Bonanza Miniature 12,13   5/15-6/15 Popular yellow freestone – large fruit is sweet, low in acid, with a mild, refreshing flavor. Mid-to-late May in low desert climates. Five- to six-foot tree. Chilling requirement very low, 250 hours or less. x
Peach Cresthaven 2,10 M   Yellow, juicy freestone. Firm and flavorful.  
Peach Desert Gold 8,9,12,13,23   5/15-6/15 Very early ripening: mid-May in Arizona. Tree-ripened fruit has good flavor and sweetness for such an early variety. Yellow Clingstone. Heavy bearing. Chilling requirement of 250 hours. x
Peach Desert Red 12,13   4/15-5/15 An excellent quality, firm cling peach that has good color. Produces large fruit when thinned and girdled. Chilling requirement of 200-300 hours. x
Peach Earligrande 12,13 E May Large yellow fruit with a distinctive point. Excellent flavor. Medium size, low-chill peach from Gulf Coast Texas. Yellow semi-freestone. Very early (May). Successful in Arizona and similar climates. Chilling requirement of 275 hours. x
Peach Eva’s Pride 12,13   May Delicious, fine-flavored peach with very low-chilling requirement. Medium- to large-sized yellow freestone. Ripens early-to-late May. Chilling requirement of 100-200 hours. x
Peach Fay Elberta 2,3,6-11,14,15,18,19 M-L Mid-Late Large size, good flavor, little red blush, good producer.  
Peach Flordagrande 12,13,18-24   4/15-5/15 Excellent yellow-fleshed semi-freestone peach. Flesh will have some red coloration at maturity. Requires less than 100 chill hours.  
Peach Flordaking 12,13,18-24   4/15-5/15 High quality early season peach. Large, firm, flavorful semi-freestone, very sweet when fully ripe. Mid-May in warm winter climates. Chilling requirement 450 hours or less. x
Peach Flordaprince 12,13,18-24 E 4/15-5/15 Large to medium size red blush fruit. Semi-clingstone. Needs thinning to make size. From Florida, successfully grown in Arizona. Yellow, semi-cling, larger fruit than Desert Gold, more tolerant of desert heat. Ripens late April to early May in Arizona. Very good quality when tree-ripe. Chilling requirement of 150 hours. x
Peach Midpride 12,13 M June Yellow freestone. Excellent quality. Best yellow freestone for warm winter climates. Mid-season peach. Chilling requirement of 250 hours. x
Peach Ranger 3,5,9,14-16,18 M   Large yellow fruit. Freestone wither excellent flavor.  
Peach Red Globe 3,6-11,14-16 M   Large yellow fruit with red markings. Freestone  
Peach Redhaven 3,5,12,14-16 M   Medium size fruit. Sets heavy crops and requires heavy thinning.  
Peach Redskin 1,3,6-12,14-16 M   Yellow flesh with red blush. Heavy producer. Freestone  
Peach Reliance 9-Apr L late Season Winter hardy. Flesh is soft, juicy and yellow. Freestone.  
Peach Rio Oso Gem 3,7-9,14,15 M   Large fruit with red skin. Freestone.  
Peach Tropic Beauty 12,13   5/15-6/15 Excellent quality yellow flesh, firm freestone peach. Produces a large fruit when thinned and girdled properly. Chilling requirement of 100-200 hours. Good for the low desert. Ripens early May. x
Peach Tropic Snow 12,13 E May Skin is white with red blush. White sweet flesh. Freestone. Medium-sized fruit. Skin is white with red blush. White sweet flesh. Good flavor. Freestone. Ripens early May. Chilling requirement 175-200 hours. x
Peach Tropic Sweet 12,13 E 5/15-6/15 Yellow fleshed large freestone. Good quality freestone, yellow-fleshed peach. Fruit are very large when thinned and girdled properly. Ripens just after Tropic Beauty. Chilling requirement of 100-200 hours. Ripens mid-May. x
Peach Vallagrande 12,13   5/15-6/15    
Pear, Asian 20th Century 2,3-23 M   Medium to large fruit with greenish yellow skin.  
Pear, Asian Shinseiki 2,3-23 M June Medium to large fruit with yellow skin. Flesh is creamy white and firm. Juicy, sweet, refreshing, crisp like an apple. Easy to grow. Keeps well. Harvest June in the desert. Bright yellow skin. Vigorous, heavy bearing. Chilling requirement of 350-400 hours. x
Pear, Asian Yakumo 2,3-23   June Early harvest, before Shinseiki. Slight tapered neck, instead of round shape of other Japanese pears. Very nice quality – sweet, juicy, refreshing. Crisp like apple when ripe. Chilling requirement of 450 hours. Pollenizer required.  
Pears Bartlett 1-11,14-18 M   Large fruit with golden yellow color. Green at picking. Needs pollenizer for bet production.  
Pears Bosc 1-11,14-18 M   Medium to large fruit – long tapering neck, darkly russeted. Stores well.  
Pears Floridahome 2,3-23 E 6/15-7/15 Medium size fruit with thin green skin. Flesh is white and juicy. Harvest fruit green. Needs pollenizer. Hood is best pollenizer. Very nice quality, sweet, smooth-textured, juicy, flavorful. Early bloom. Chilling requirement less than 400 hours.  
Pears Hood 2,3-23 E   Good pollenizer for Floridahome.  
Pears Keiffer 2,3-23 E 6/15-7/15 Fair quality, hard fruit containing grit cells. Needs pollenizer. Medium to large late season fruit. Canning/cooking. Sprightly flavor, coarse texture. Resists fireblight, tolerates hot climates. Dependable crops. 350 hours. x
Pears LeConte 2,3-23 E   High quality, low chill pear. Needs cross pollination.  
Pears Orient 2,3-23 E   Very large fruit with white flesh.  
Pears Red Sensation 1-11,14-18 M   Red Bartlett.  
Pears Seckel 1-11,14-18 M   Small reddish brown fruit. Dessert quality.  
Pears Surecrop 1-11,14-18 M   Small reddish brown fruit. Dessert quality.  
Pecan Cheyenne 4-10,12-16,18-23   10/15-11/15 Bears heavy and early. Nuts are medium size, soft shell, with excellent kernel quality. Tree is somewhat susceptible to limb breakage; slow growing tree.  
Pecan Choctaw 4-10,12-16,18-23   10/15-11/15 Tree is vigorous and is an excellent producer. Moderately precocious. Produces pecans of outstanding quality. Shells are thin and cracks into half kernels very easily.  
Pecan Comanche 4-10,12-16,18-23   10/15-11/15 Medium to large sized nuts, nearly round, thin shelled. Good producer, nut quality is excellent. Nuts tend to sprout.  
Pecan Sioux 4-10,12-16,18-23   10/15-11/15 Good producer with small to medium sized nuts with outstanding kernel quality. A little slow to begin producing, moderately precocious.  
Pecan Western Schley 4-10,12-16,18-23   10/15-11/15 Easy to grow, nut long, tapered, medium sized, thin-shelled, good kernel quality. Self-fruitful. Early bearing 4 to 5 years. Recommended for single tree planting in home garden. Less affected by zinc deficiency than other cultivars. Precocious and prolific. Tendency for nuts to sprout (pregerm) in the low desert.  
Pecan Wichita 4-10,12-16,18-23   10/15-11/15 Highly flavored, medium to large sized nuts are well-filled, soft shell. Plump, rich, distinctively flavored kernel. Bears heavy at young age. Pollinators are Cheyenne or Western Schley. Prone to zinc deficiency. Strong tendency for nuts to sprout(pregerm) in the low desert.  
Persimmon Fuyu (Jiro) 7-16,18-23   September (“Apple Persimmon”): Medium size, flat shape, still hard when ripe, non-astringent. Cool or hot climate. Hardy, attractive tree, practically pest free. Chilling requirement 200 hours. x
Persimmon Giant Fuyu 7-16,18-23   September Larger, not so flat as Fuyu. Crunchy when ripe like Fuyu. Sweet, flavorful, non-astringent. Easy to grow, cool or hot climates. Chilling requirement of 200 hours. x
Persimmon Hachiya 7-10,14-16,18-23 M   Astringent until soft.  
Persimmon Hosui 4-10,14-16,18-23 M   Fruit has golden rusted skin. Flesh is firm, juicy and mild.  
Persimmon Izu 1-11,14-18   September Very sweet, tasty, non-astringent. Fruit ripen about three weeks before Fuyu. Medium to large size, round shape. Relatively small tree, good choice for backyard persimmon. Sometimes difficult to start from bareroot. Chilling requirement of 100 hours. x
Plum Beauty 23-Jul   5/15-6/15 Sweet, flavorful plum. Red over yellow skin, amber flesh streaked red. Chilling requirement of 250 hours. x
Plum Fuyer 10 M   Nonastringent and sweet.  
Plum Green Gage 2-10,14-22 M   Medium size greenish fruit. Practically self-fruitful. Greater yields with cross pollination  
Plum Gulf Gold 12,13   6/15-7/15 Green-skinned plum which turns yellowish when ripe. Juicy, sweet, yellow flesh. Chilling requirement of 250 hours. x
Plum Gulf Ruby 12,13   6/15-7/15 Sweet, juicy plum, with reddish-purple skin and amber flesh.Chilling requirement of 250 hours. x
Plum Methley     5/15-6/15 Juicy, sweet, red flesh, mild flavor. Reddish purple skin. Attractive tree, heavy bearing and vigorous. Chilling requirement of 250 hours. x
Plum Santa Rosa 2,3,7-23 E June Large purple fruit. Yellow flesh. Self-fruitful. x
Plum Satsuma 2,3-22 M   Medium dark red, juicy, tart fruit. Most popular plum in California and Arizona. Juicy, tangy, flavorful. Reddish-purple skin, amber flesh tinged red. Chilling requirement of 300 hours. x
Plum Stanley 2-10,14-22 L   Large, purple fruit that is juicy and sweet. Self fruitful. x
Pomegranate Ozark Premier 2,10 M   Very large red fruit. Self-fruitful. x
Pomegranate Wonderful 5,6-24     Bright orange flowers, purplish red fruit. x
Quince Champion 2-10,14-24 L   Cold hardy.  
Quince Orange 3,4-24 M August Tart, good quality. Large, round, bright yellow fruits often exceed 1 lb. Flavorful, aromatic, used for cooking. Early harvest. Old variety. Cold hardy, yet low chilling requirement of 300 hours. x
Quince Pineapple 3,4-24 M August Tart, good quality. Heavy crops of large, tart fruit used in baking, jams, and jellies. Profuse, ornamental bloom. Cold hardy, yet low chilling requirement of 300 hours. x
Quince Smyrna 3,4-24 L   Large fruit.  
Quince Wonderful 3,4-24 L   Red skin color. Self-fruitful.  
Strawberry Camerosa     March-July Plants are large and vigorous. Fruit are large, firm wedge shaped berries of good quality.  
Strawberry Chandler     March-July Plant is large and vigorous. Produces nice berries which are smaller than Camerosa, but tend to be sweeter.  
Strawberry Sequoia     March-July Produces a big vigorous plant. Fruit are large, wedge shaped of high quality, but soft when ripe.  
Strawberry Tioga     March-July This plant is very large and vigorous with big, dark green glossy leaves. Fruit are very large, firm wedge shaped berries of medium quality.  
Tangelo Minneola 8,9,12-24   12/15-3/1    
Tangelo Orlando 8,9,12-24   11/1-1/15    
Tangerine Clementine 8,9,12-24   Nov-December (Algerian tangerine) comes from North Africa  
Tangerine Daisy 8,9,12-24   Dec-January    
Tangerine Dancy 8,9,12-24   Dec-January    
Tangerine Fairchild 8,9,12-24   Nov-December    
Tangerine Kinnow 8,9,12-24   Dec-February