There is a great variety of fruit trees depending on the weather where they grow or the sort of fruit that they produce. Subtropical fruit trees are the most exotic (raise in cold areas).
On Canarius.com, we count on some examples of subtropical fruit trees as well-known banana Orinoco or Topocho, Spanish variety of Japanese or Chinese plum, Custard apple or the commonly called Guava tree.
Grafted tree. Spanish cultivar with very large, smooth, juicy fruits of "Japanese loquat", with a pale colour. The perfect fruit tree for the home garden, with sweet and acid fruits and very ornamental foliage. Fully hardy to about -7 C but also survives to about -17 C.
Low growing Cuban selection of Guava, with white fleshed fruits. This smaller variety can be kept as a shrub and can fruit in pots.Guava is a very aromatic fruit and grows outdoors in Coastal Mediterranean to Tropical Climates.
Tall 16x30 cm pot - Gomera is a traditional Canarian strain of vigorous mango trees, producing rounded yellow fruits of small-medium size, with excellent flavour. This mango is hardier than most mango cultivars to drought and cold.