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All Trees for Zone 9 (Spring 2021)

Fruit trees are suited for growing in different plant hardiness zones as defined by the USDA. You can find your zone on the USDA site, and learn about growing zones in our Fruit Tree Glossary.

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Ruby Queen on Myrobalan

Plum Tree

A Japanese plum with good flavor. ...

70 in stock

Atago on Betulaefolia

Pear Tree

A fireblight resistant Asian pear. A good pollenizer for Asian pears. ...

48 in stock

Bosc on OHxF 87

Pear Tree

A large russeted winter pear with white flesh and a rich, delicious flavor....

26 in stock

Initial on B.118

Apple Tree

A scab-resistant, early-mid season variety. ...

21 in stock

Ambrosia on G.935

Apple Tree

Ambrosia is most common in British Columbia, where it was discovered, and is the third most produced...

9 in stock

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GoldRush Apple on G.41

A highly flavored, late-season dessert apple, perfect for organic production.

Flemish Beauty Pear on Quince-A

A hardy pear with exceptionally good flavor.

Historic American Fruit Trees

These apples and pears were grown in North America during the Colonial Era and through the time of the American...