Thanks for the comments everyone.
Figfinatic I sent you a PM.
I live on a 1/4 acre lot. My fenced backyard is about 90' X 60'. I have trees planted around the perimeter of the yard, but I'm trying to keep the center of the yard open for the kids and dogs to be able to run around and play in. Right now I have the following fruit trees planted in the ground: 21 fig trees, 6 citrus trees, 2 pomegranates, 2 almonds, 1 mulberry, 1 peach, 1 grapevine, and some herbs. I also have 1 small pigeon pea plant that I'm trying to grow into a small tree and protect through the winter to keep it alive as a perennial. I'm really happy with the setup I have because it gives me good production and I still have an open yard so we can run around, bbq, etc. I keep toying around with the idea of putting in a chicken coop or aquaponics vegetable garden but I haven't followed through with either of those yet.
Bada I water all the fruit trees the same. Every Monday I give them a deep watering with drip irrigation. Every Friday I supplement them each with a few minutes of water from the hose. The small young plants get a little extra water here and there throughout the week with the hose. Everything looks happy except for the citrus. I can't figure out how to make them green and lush. But they still produce good fruit.
I'll probably put in a few more trees here and there. Time will tell. The only one I have definite plans for is a small Barnisotte that is in a container right now.