Common sense would tell you that plants don't have feelings, but I have a true story of a kiwi's love, loss and new life that might change your mind.
Jambu is another subtropical that does well here in San Diego. This one is Syzygium Jambos or the Rose Apple. In the summer it has feathery white flowers that turn into a waxy little fruit that sort of tastes like rose water. I'm not a fan of the fruit, but I do like the tree.
We've lots of subtropicals and semi-rare plants on the Acre. Interestingly, they all fruit in fall. This one is Psidium littorale, aka Yellow Guava or Lemon Guava.