Widespread Spanish cultivar of Almond, with superior frost-resistance. It was selected in a cold area by Zaragoza by the priest who wanted to find an almond tree able to grow well in the area. Desmayo means Fainting and this is because the branches of the tree are exceptionally weeping, a bit like a willow. This doubtlessly helped the tree to resist frost.
Fantasia is a "low chill" netarine peach. It needs very little cold in winter so it fruits well in mediterranean and subtropical regions. We offer diffent types of low-chill temperate trees in our catalog.
Saturn peaches are smaller and flatter than a regular peach. Their skin is yellow and red, and they are usually less fuzzy than ordinary peaches. Their flesh is also a lot firmer, sweeter and more fragrant than a regular peach. The inside of the peach is pale in appearance.
Dente di Cavallo is a traditional Italian variety of cold-hardy pomegranate. Fruits ripen at the end of September. They are medium-large, with a green skin tinged with red. Inside it is ruby red, sweet and delicate in flavour. The seeds are hard, woody inside, reminiscent of horse teeth (that means "dente di cavallo") due to their trapezoidal shape.
This is the most popular cultivar of pomegranate from Spain. Easy to grow, it quickly bears pink-red large good fruits of even size, with dark red arils and very small and soft seeds. They ripen between October and November. Pomegranates are vigorous small trees, resistant to moderate frost and heavy droughts. They can be kept as large shrubs of 2-3 m and...
Wonderful is a self-fertile variety selected in the USA, and today it is one of the most cultivated in the the world. Fruits ripen at the end of October with an intense and uniform red colour, often glossy. They are large in size, with a rounded shape and elongated crown. Taste is sweet and acid and seeds are rather soft.
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