Well, I guess I should have mentioned what is already planted there, on the property... for sure it is olive territory, and there are lots of olive trees, and the Sierra de Contraviesa, on the slope facing the sea is historically a wine producing region, so yes, grapes, and almonds, and figs!! All planted already!! As well as a couple of lemon and orange trees. But, I was sort of thinking that it would be great to have a couple of avocado trees, which generally grow a little further down the hill, or other more tropically sorts of fruit trees, like mangos or papayas... maybe some cooler climate fruits too, like apples, but I don't know if there will be just too much sun, and heat for that!
How high will peaches grow?
I mean, we do have some water... but most things are dry farmed in this area, so have to be hardy, and reasonably well suited.
By the way, this year, we are going to have a killer crop of figs... they grow everywhere here, on the sides of the roads, etc. All of the bushes are just loaded right now... we had a ton of precipitation over the past winter: )
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