Pomegranates (Punica granatum)

In our nursery we have many Greek and foreign pomegranate varieties. The most important foreign pomegranate varieties we have acquired are 'Wonderful' and 'Acco' as well as the Greek variety 'Ermiónis' in various clones.

Figs (Ficus carica L.)

In our nursery we also have many Greek and foreign fig varieties, the most important of which are the Greek varieties Vassiliká Mávra (Black), Vassiliká Melissí (White), Smyrnéika, Kýmis, and the foreign varieties Mission and Gentile Bianco.

Apart from the above, there are many other varieties of figs, both monophore and dioecious.

Guava - Apple Guava (Psidium guajava)

Guava is a subtropical fruit tree, with cold resistance slightly weaker of that of a lemon tree. In cold conditions during mostly winter, they shed their leaves, but in spring and summer they re-sprout and fruit. In our nursery we have two varieties of guavas, both with medium size fruit, one being a red-fleshfruit and the other being a yellow-flesh fruit.

Feijoa - Pineapple guava (Acca sellowiana Berg)

Feijoa is a subtropical fruit tree of small growth originating from Brazil. It is as cold resistant tree as the olive tree. It has dark green leaves, beautiful flowers and produces green fruits that ripen in late October.

Its fruits are best known in ex USSR countries, but it is cultivated both as a fruit tree and as an ornamental plant almost all over Greece where the olive trees grow.

In our nursery we produce cultivated varieties of feijoas such as the Apollo variety which we propagate from cuttings.

Dragon Fruit – Pitahaya or Pitaya (Selenicereus spp.)

Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica)