Articles
OC Chapter
About Fruit Trees in the Fullerton Arboretum by Alfredo Chiri
APPLE
CARAMBOLA
COFFEE_TREE
GUAVA LEMON
LYCHEE NUT
MULBERRY BLACK
PASSION FRUIT
SAPOTE WHITE
PITOMBA
WAMPEE
ALMOND
APRICOT TROPICAL
CALAMONDIN
CAPER PLANT
JAMBOLAN
LIME KIFFER
PACAY
PLUM NATAL
STRAWBERRY TREE
SUGARCANE
ALLSPICE TREE
ALMOND
ARACA
AVOCADO
BANANA
BLOOD_ORANGE
CANISTEEL
CAPULIN CHERRY
CHERIMOYA
CHESTNUT
CIITRON ETROG
CITRON BUDDAS HAND
FIG_WHITE
GUAIBAJAI
GUAVA PINEAPPLE
JABOTICABA
JUJUBE
KIWI
LONGAN
LOQUAT
LUCUMA
MALABAR CHESTNUT
MULBERRY WEEPING
MANGO
MANGOSTEEN
ROSE APPLE
SAPOTE BLACK
SURINAM CHERRY
ORANGE VALENCIA
PAWPAW
PUMMELO
A summary of Julie Frink's research on selected 
Avocados
How to plant an Avocado tree and other needed information
From the Dec '91 Fruit Gardener - all about Figs for Coastal Southern California with a Chart.  For the ultimate collection of Fig information see Encanto Farms Nursery Figs4Fun.
To check on Ed Valdivia's Rare Fruits go to  Pitayas and More
For a practical guide to introducing the world's most prolific pollinators into your garden visit Urban Bee Gardens to learn about our native bees.
For results of Taste Testings at SCREC click on Cherimoyas 2014 orCherimoyas 2013 or Cherimoyas 2012 or Persimmons 2011
For science based information and resources on agriculture, food and 
technology (especially GMOs) click on Ucbiotech
For information on the nature of pomegranates see Incredible