Find out which apple trees will thrive in your area. Apple trees are disease-prone, so choose disease-resistant varieties.

Apple Tree

Nectarines are peaches without the fuzz; both require trimming, fertilising, thinning, and watering. Homegrown fruit's flavour and juiciness will be worth it.

Nectarine Tree

This can enhance the flavour of fruit. If you live in a colder climate, choose for smaller plants that you can keep indoors during the winter.

Orange Tree

The edible quince, a relative of the flowering quince, is great for jams, jellies, and preserves. Right off the tree, quinces aren't tasty.

Quince Tree

The tree has a tall, thin crown and simple, alternating leaves. The elliptical, serrated leaves are 2–12 cm (0.7–4.7 in) long.

Pear Tree

Apricot plants tolerate cold, but carefully. Early flowering exposes trees to late frost. Growing your own apricots ensures quality.

Apricot Tree

Grapefruit needs extreme summer heat to achieve its vivid colour. Color doesn't indicate ripeness. If a grapefruit feels heavy, try it.

Grapefruit Tree

Sun-loving trees grow quickly and yield fruit quickly in warm climates. They flourish in USDA zones 8 through 11, but can also be cultivated in containers. Self-fertile figs require only one.

Fig Tree

In warm climates, sun-loving trees grow swiftly and bear fruit. They grow in USDA zones 8 through 11, or in containers. Figs self-fertilize with one pollen.

Peach trees

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