Apricot Tomcot, Blackcurrent Nigrum Ben Nevis, Blackcurrent Nigrum Titania, Blueberry Blue Crop, Blueberry Vaccinium Jersey, Cherry Prunus Regina, Cranberry Early Black, Fig Tree Ficus Brown Turkey, Gooseberry Crispa Hinnomaki Rod, Gooseberry Crispa Spinefree, Lemon Tree, Mulberry Morus Black Persian, Pear Pyrus Conference, Raspberry Idaeus Williametta, Raspberry Schonemann, Redcurrant Rubrum Jonkheer, Rhubarb Frambozen, Rhubarb Red Champagne, White Currant Rubrum White Pearl
What you will receive:
Your Choice of Fruit tree.
Fruit trees are woody plants that bear edible fruits, encompassing a wide variety of species and cultivars. These trees are cultivated for their ability to produce flavorful and nutritious fruits, making them valuable additions to orchards, gardens, and landscapes. They come in various shapes and sizes, ranging from small dwarf varieties suitable for containers to large standard trees. Common types of fruit trees include apple, pear, cherry, peach, plum, and citrus trees, each with its own distinct characteristics and preferred growing conditions. Proper care, including pruning, pest management, and adequate watering, is essential for maximizing fruit production. Fruit trees provide a bountiful harvest of fresh, homegrown produce and contribute to the overall beauty and diversity of a garden or orchard.