Articles
OC Chapter
About Fruit Trees in the Fullerton Arboretum by Alfredo Chiri
APPLE.htm
CARAMBOLA.htm
COFFEE_TREE.htm
GUAVA_LEMON.htm
LYCHEE_NUT.htm
MULBERRY_BLACK.htm
PASSION_FRUIT.htm
SAPOTE_WHITE.htm
PITOMBA.htm
WAMPEE.htm
ALMOND.htm
APRICOT_TROPICAL.htm
CALAMONDIN.htm
CAPER_PLANT.htm
JAMBOLAN.htm
LIME_KIFFER.htm
PACAY.htm
PLUM_NATAL.htm
STRAWBERRY_TREE.htm
SUGARCANE.htm
ALLSPICE_TREE.htm
ANNATTO.htm
ARACA.htm
AVOCADO.htm
BANANA.htm
BLOOD_ORANGE.htm
CANISTEEL.htm
CAPULIN_CHERRY.htm
CHERIMOYA.htm
CHESTNUT.htm
CIITRON_ETROG.htm
CITRON_BUDDAS_HAND.htm
FIG_WHITE.htm
GUAIBAJAI.htm
GUAVA_PINEAPPLE.htm
JABOTICABA.htm
JUJUBE.htm
KIWI.htm
LONGAN.htm
LOQUAT.htm
LUCUMA.htm
MALABAR_CHESTNUT.htm
MULBERRY_WEEPING.htm
MANGO.htm
MANGOSTEEN.htm
ROSE_APPLE.htm
SAPOTE_BLACK.htm
SURINAM_CHERRY.htm
ORANGE_VALENCIA.htm
PAWPAW.htm
PUMMELO.htm
A summary of Julie Frink's research on selected
Avocados.htm
How to plant an Avocado tree and other needed information
From the Dec '91 Fruit Gardener - all about Figs for Coastal Southern California with a Chart.  For the ultimate collection of Fig information see Encanto Farms Nursery Figs4Fun.
To check on Ed Valdivia's Rare Fruits go to  Pitayas and More
For a practical guide to introducing the world's most prolific pollinators into your garden visit Urban Bee Gardens to learn about our native bees.
For results of Taste Testings at SCREC click on Cherimoyas 2014 orCherimoyas 2013 or Cherimoyas 2012 or Persimmons 2011
For science based information and resources on agriculture, food and
technology (especially GMOs) click on Ucbiotech
For information on the nature of pomegranates see Incredible