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The amazing variety of soils in Arizona are equally astonishing in the diverse temperature gradients that are matched only by the states of Oregon and Washington. The USDA zone map demonstrates that AZ and OR are excellent for growing Arizona fruit trees, berry bushes and AZ nut trees into zone 4,5,6,7,8 and 8. In Southern Arizona, the torrid desert sand temperatures require extensive irrigation for growing fruit and nut trees, and of course, legal water rights are crucial and necessary for land owners to successfully grow fruit trees and nut trees. The extremely hot temperatures and intense sunshine guarantee high sugar content and ultimate flavor development. The high temperatures and desert air also appears to slow down or even prevent disease and insect problems. Citrus production is a mainstay fruit tree crop in Arizona where the most choice citrus: orange , grapefruit trees and lemon tree planting occurs. High quality Peach, Plum and Pear fruit is abundantly produced from irrigated, Southern Arizona orchards. Nectarine and Apricot tree fruits are incomparable in sweetness and aroma. Japanese Persimmon trees flourish in the AZ climate and the Fuyu Japanese Persimmon tree seems to be the best choice for commercial non-astringent persimmon. Unusual and rare fruits like Pomegranate, Olive trees and Quince trees show much promise as fruit crops to grow commercially. The top, high quality Cherry trees are adaptable to upper Arizona both the Sour Cherry and Sweet Cherries. Jujube and Olive trees are perfect choices commercially for planting in dry dessert type soils.The Chicago Hardy Fig tree with proper mulching will survive in all parts of AZ,, along with the TN Mountain Fig trees, and many other fig Trees that can be grown are available at tytyga.com.



Perhaps the most promising nut tree varieties for Arizona are the pecan tree and the almond tree. Pecan orchards in Arizona must be irrigated, and the dry atmosphere in AZ means that only a few types of the pecan leaf problems that plague the Southeastern pecan orchards can effect the developing nut crop. The almond tree nut has become one of the most important tree nuts that is used in candy, baking products, and as a freshly salted nut, the almond is almost as popular as the peanut. Grapevines are easy to grow in Arizona and the high sugar content makes grape vine vineyards perfectly located for wine production. Wine grapevines can be successfully grown in some parts of the State. Muscadine and scuppernong grape vines can be grown in Arizona, if they are irrigated enough and the high sugar content of muscadine grapes make them good for wine making.



Discover why the best Shade trees that do not grow as well in Southern Arizona as well as they do in the Northern part of the State, because of the Arizona extreme heat , and the top shade trees must be frequently irrigated. Fast growing in Arizona, Sycamore Tree, Weeping Willow tree and Tulip Poplar trees will provide a very good shade, if the trees are constantly given water. Many plants bearing fruit such as exotic fig trees can be grown under the shade trees. Certain cultivars,such as AZ oak trees and AZ maple trees are satisfactory, if given sufficient water during the growing season. Get the most important AZ planting information from specific tips and posted reviews on Ty Ty Nursery, tytyga.com.



There are many flowering trees that grow in Arizona. The Mimosa tree flowers in colors of red and pink, and the mimosa trees are known as being fast growing flowering trees. The white flowering pear trees begin blooming in the early spring are are fairly rapid growers. Crape Myrtle trees have become one of the most popular choices because of their drought resistance and spectacular flowering period that lasts for several months. Crape myrtle leaf color in the fall is brilliant and the ornamental bark peels off and then regrows. Many colors of red, pink and white crape myrtle flowers are popular, and the new "True Blue", purple and Black Leaf crape myrtles are difficult to keep in stock because of the demand. Vitex trees grow and flower well in white, pink and soft white blossoms. The Southern Magnolia tree, Magnolia grandiflora is a spectacular giant shade tree that also is a beautiful flowering tree that begins its 9 months of flower production in May. The Little Gem Magnolia trees are a dwarf form of the Southern Magnolia trees. Bottle Brush trees bloom in brilliant red colors during the summer and fall. The Oleander tree is an excellent shrub that can be formed into a tree that grows up to 25 feet tall, and the oleander grows everywhere in Phoenix, Tucson and Yuma, in popular colors of Firestarter red, white and pink. There are rare color blooms of AZ oleanders that are drought resistant, tolerant of full sun, AZ heat, alkaline soil pH, in rare colors of purple, yellow and dwarf pink. Oleanders are extensively planted as privacy screens in rows along Arizona highways to curtail winds and noise.



You can discover how to order and purchase Arizona bamboo plants that are adapted to the extremely hot temperatures from Yuma, Phoenix and Tucson in the South, then, up to Winslow and Flagstaff in the North where winters can be fiercely cold. In Arizona, bamboo plants have survived in the hot desert temperatures that soar above 100 degrees to Northern minus 20 F. below zero temperatures . Bamboo plants are fast growing and easy to grow in the full sun or partial shade, and they should be grown in an organic-based, damp soil profile. The stems (culms, poles, stalks) can be beautifully colored with exterior colors of brilliant blue, yellow or waxy black-green, and random variegation can occur in the leaves or the poles. Large clumps of AZ bamboo plants are fast growing into an excellent privacy screen that can block out effectively the noise of automobiles and the noxious toxic gases of carbon dioxide, and by photosynthesis, transform it into breathable, refreshing oxygen. Arizona bamboo plants can wind proof your property and stop erosion and block unwanted visitors and animals from your property. You can have your order of a living bamboo fence shipped fast and immediately and directly from Ty Ty Bamboo Nursery, tytyga.com to be delivered to your house or business office during any time of the year.



For those citizens living in Arizona, agave plants, yucca trees and aloe plants are not unusual, since they can be found growing everywhere, even in the mountains. The Spanish Bayonet, Yucca gloriosa can grow 6 ft. tall and withstand low temperatures of minus 5 degrees F., likewise, the Joshua Tree, Yucca brevifolia tree and the Yucca rostrata trees grow large and live outside, even in zone 5. The Red Yucca plant, Hesperaloe parviflora, and the brightly colored Yucca filamentosa 'Color Guard', will survive cold winter temperatures and also work well as dish garden subjects. In Arizona Agave americana plant is found growing abundantly from Phoenix, AZ, Tucson and Yuma deserts, and the vibrant colored yellow stripe of the Agave americana 'Marginata' is a dramatic eyecatcher. The Agave attenuata is known as a spineless agave and grows into a large size. The unearthly shapes of Agave angustifolia 'Marginata with stiff variegate leaves and the Agave americana ' Medio-Picta alba make them a tio choice for containerizing. The strange and uncanny shape of the Agave vilmoriniana "Octopus" plant has thick succulent leaves curling and winding around like octopus tentacles. The Agave tequilana is field grown in Mexico to make the fermented alcohol drink, tequila. Agave plants send up tall flower stalks with an impressive inflorescence after which the mother plant dies, but clustered offset plants are bountiful. The Aloe vera plant is an important dish garden plant with a juice that will heal insect bites, burns and burns.