Welcome to our TROPICAL (CLICK)FRUIT(31 kB)WORLD

A private little Tropical Fruit Garden on the little Canary Island La Gomera, and a bit  more, and you may copy all information.

SEITEN  in  DEUTSCH

PAGINAS en ESPAÑOL


ENGLISH  PAGES

ORGANIC GARDENING /  BUTTERFLY-PARK (90kB) /   CANARY ISLANDS and GOMERA LINKS   /HOLIDAY: our HOUSE or FLAT for EXCHANGE

DATA-BANKS  /   Looking for PARTNERS and INFO and world-wide TROPICAL FRUIT LINKS

Over 140 tropical, subtropical and some temperate fruit-trees and plants.

It was a private non-profit hobby . Now we split into our still private club ATIC-CITA and a Botanical Garden with a separate homepage (later this year).

FRUIT OF THE MONTH ......MARCH :.......... MYSORE RASPBERRY (Rubus albescens)

FRUIT OF THE MONTH APRIL CHERRY of the RIO GRANDE

FRUIT OF THE MONTH MAI: GRUMICHAMA

FRUIT OF THE MONTH JUNE: ROSE APPLE

FRUIT OF THE MONTH JULY: TAMARIND

FRUIT OF THE MONTH AUGUST: PEPINO DULCE or PERAMELON

FRUIT OF THE MONTH SEPTEMBER: KAKI

IT´S TIME FOR BANANAS, BELOW AN ORINOCO COOKING BANANA

BANANAS BANANAS(95 k)

A PASSION FOR PASSION FLOWERS

Arbutus Canariensis (41 kB) the only native (endemic) interesting fruit here:

Above a rainbow seen from our place. LINK to 72 kB pictures and more if you want

How we started 13 years ago: (Begin with 115 kB pictures; more if you want)


FINCA ARGAGA   E-38870  VALLE GRAN REY  
LA GOMERA  ( CANARY ISLANDS )   SPAIN

Telephone:   SPAIN   922   697   004              E-mail: schrader_gomera@mundivia.es
There are some GARDENWEBs, we will concentrate on fruit (and some vegetable) of warmer climates.

We are a member of California Rare Fruit Growers..worldwide club.....CRFG..http://www.crfg.org/

Founded in 1968, California Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG) is the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world, with members in 48 states and U.S. territories, and 30 countries. The worldwide membership of CRFG includes many nationally recognized botanical gardens, rare fruit enthusiasts, commercial fruit growers, and internationally recognized horticultural researchers. The organization has a general interest in all aspects of fruit growing with a primary focus on semitropical fruits and uncommon fruits.

Our English or Spanish is acceptable but not so good as our German. Excuse some mistakes.

We  invite especially people from the Canary Islands to get into contact for personal meetings and so on.