I bough a couple of tea-trees and a white flowering native westringia for my white garden but I was looking with envy at all the beautiful fruit trees for sale. I wanted to adopt them all and bring them home with me, especially the mango trees! We haven't had much luck with mangoes, avocados or lichee's because of the frosts. Which is sooo disappointing as these are my favourite fruits. (Sad smile with drool forming at the corners of my mouth.) Although technically we live in the sub-tropics we get a few frosts here in winter. Our first winter we got down to minus 9 degrees Celsius (which is about 16 degrees F), and we live in Queensland, Australia!
So I was making a mental list of all the food trees we do have that have survived so far!
apples (three varieties)
yellow cherry guavas
cedar bay cherries
I think that is most of them but would have to check with Peace. He knows all of the trees by name. So looking at my list now I'm thinking it's not a bad start...but I still want more...