Troy Rhodes wrote:Also note that many fruit trees require a certain minimum of chill hours, which you might not get in florida.
Methley plum is still on your list though. It has a low requirement for chill hours.
Lee Holland wrote:I figure it's too late for this info, but I'll post it just in case.
If the yard allows, you could plant a patch of black raspberries in a back corner and let them grow wild. They like sun until the hot part of the day around here and loamy soil (like the edge of a woodland facing east). The kids will just learn to stomp right in among the brambles and eat. They are probably the most delicious fruit I eat. But if you buy them, get around 25 plants. Otherwise you'll be waiting years for a decent patch.
What does a metric clock look like? I bet it is nothing like this tiny ad:
3 Plant Types You Need to Know: Perennial, Biennial, and Annualhttps://permies.com/t/96847/Pros-cons-perennial-biennial-annual