Now is an excellent time of the year to join a horticultural club in your area. We, at the Rare Fruit Council International in Miami, are gearing up for peak fruit season.
As the warmer months approach, our gardens experience renewed opportunities to welcome new plants, and enjoy new fruits. Take a look around your neighborhood, we bet you will see many trees flowering; mango trees are in full bloom right now. Come summer, they – along with sugar apples, avocados, and mamey – will be covered in deliciously delightful fruit.
While you wait for the fruit to bear, plan to attend members only workshops and field trips; through the council Read More
If you grew up in the tropics you know: a guava is perfectly ripe when you can smell it without even putting it to your nose; some you can detect from across the room. They taste is uniquely tropical, almost a combination between a strawberry and a pear. The soft flesh surrounds hundreds of hard little, edible seeds - don't bother to chew them. Its juice is frequently referred to as "the nectar of the gods."