One thing led to another, and sooner rather than later I had planted one papaya tree, two autochthonous banana trees, one lime tree, one avocado tree, my own aromatic herb garden, and a Clementine tree. However, the latest did not make it to this summer. I am, somehow, still trying to find out what happened.
The young avocado tree is still too tender to offer its fruits, but its dark green leaves are proliferating trough the branches making it hard for anyone to see the trunk. I can imagine myself savoring the creamy almond taste of the avocados, once the first flowers appear. I surely will share with you some of my best recipes like shrimp cocktail avocados, or red onion shavings and avocado slices dressed in balsamic vinaigrette once I collect my reward.
For now, I am just deciding on what tree I should plant next ...