Where to buy jackfruit in Central Florida: ‘The Jackfruit King’ at Mustang Market

I have been seriously falling in love with jackfruit lately. Or maybe “falling in lust” might be a more accurate description of the state my feelings towards Artocarpus heterophyllus. The more I eat this sweet treat, the more I become enamored with its seductive array of tropical aromas and flavors. Jackfruit in the immature, vegetable … More Where to buy jackfruit in Central Florida: ‘The Jackfruit King’ at Mustang Market

We’re having a fruitluck in Gainesville FL, August 12

It’s time we have a fruitluck in north-central Florida! I’ve been so impressed by the fruitlucks in Tampa, Florida that I decided to start an event like that closer to home. So we’re having one in Gainesville, FL on Sunday, August 12, from 11AM to 2PM, at Northeast Park (see end of post for exact address … More We’re having a fruitluck in Gainesville FL, August 12

I’m converting sour plum trees into sweet plum trees by grafting

My property here in North Florida has lots of wild plum trees that grow like weeds and make huge quantities of fruit, but the fruits on these wild trees are sour and unpleasant-tasting. For the last several years, I’ve been experimenting with a technique to convert them into sweet-fruited plum varieties: each spring, I graft … More I’m converting sour plum trees into sweet plum trees by grafting

Limequat: A Delicious Type of Citrus, And The Fruit Geek Who Created It

What do you get when you cross the heavenly-tasting, juicy, sour, key lime with the frost-tolerant, sweet-peel kumquat fruit? You get limequat, a delicious, juicy, aromatic, sour, lime-like fruit which has the bonus of having an edible peel. Not only that, but this is a tree which can fruit in areas too cold for pure … More Limequat: A Delicious Type of Citrus, And The Fruit Geek Who Created It