I just wanted to say that I'm so excited, I ordered low-chill varieties of nectarine, peach, plum and fig! After trying to keep sub-tropical fruit varieties alive in this frozen tundra that used to be Florida, I'm ready for a new mind-set. Even if things return to "normal" and warm up in future winters, we still get enough <45* weather to support these low-chill varieties. My mangoes and guavas haven't produced in 5 years because the bloom always freezes, even with covering them up and putting heat lights on them. So, maybe I'll get to start canning jams and jellies again!