Lycheesonline.com Reports Popularity of Tropical Lychee Fruit Growing Throughout US Markets
South Florida Farmer Provides Fresh Lychee Fruit, Trees and
Essential Information on Eating and Growing Lychees
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Lychees, those attractive
and rare tropical fruit trees bearing luscious red fruit, are hard to find in
the United States. Lychees originated over 2000 years ago in the low
elevations of Southern China, but it wasn't until the early 1900's that a
successful lychee planting occurred in the United States.
Today lychee trees remain rare to the United States, growing mostly in
Florida, Hawaii and California. The lychee fruits that are harvested in the
United States are sent to a handful of ethnic markets in the major northern
cities, but popularity is growing fast nationwide.
To support the growing demand for lychee fruit, Bill Mee, a successful
lychee farmer in South Florida, created a website providing information for
those who want to find the best fresh lychee fruit, and for people interested
in growing their own lychee trees or groves.
Fresh Lychee and other exotic tropical fruits can be purchased on Bill
Mee's site, http://www.lycheesonline.com from May to late June, as well as
wholesale and retail trees. Visitors will also find recipes, photos and an
extensive library of information on lychee fruits, their varieties and
origins, and much more.
Those interested in planting their own lychees will find articles on fruit
development, seasonal growth, how to plant small groves, container planting,
tips for producing more fruit and keeping trees healthy, and other essential
information any lychee enthusiast should know.
Receive regular updates and a free lychee idea kit at
http://www.lycheesonline.com . For more information, visit the site or
contact Bill Mee at 954-321-8919.
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