At Ty Ty Nursery you will find a wide selection of hundreds of kinds of common, commercial, fruit trees, such as the apple, quince and, pear trees: If your garden is in the very Northern cold hardy States, you might prefer apricots and cherry trees, or the closely related stone fruits, the nectarine, peach and plum tree. If you are a rare fruit tree collector of trees, then strawberry trees and medlar trees are truly unique choices and easy to grow in almost all States. The rare Chinese jujube tree, Russian pomegranate tree and grafted Persian mulberry trees are great selections for any tree grower that wants first year fruit production. For the gardener who likes to try out new tropical types of cold hardy fruits, the banana tree, fig tree and persimmon trees will grow delicious fruit of the tropics for your kitchen table. Perhaps, the rarest, tropical, cold hardy fruit trees would satisfy your taste better, then you might consider buying the olive tree, guava tree or Japanese loquat. We ask you to browse our website and check out our many planting videos and pollination information on all our products. If you need any fruit questions answered just call our toll free number.
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Fruit Tree - Jujube, Mulberry, and Quince
Fruit Trees - Apple, Pear, and Quince
Paw Paw trees and Guava trees are native fruits to the U.S. Medlar trees are the most cold hardy tolerant fruit trees in the United States and can be sucessfully growing in every State.
The Chinese Jujube tree produces an egg size fruit that tastes similar to that of an apple. Mulberries taste very sweet and grow in colors of black, red, white, and blue. Quince is a rare apple/pear cross that grows as large as a grapefruit.
Apples, Pears, and Quince are related and are very easy to grow in home garden landscapes. Pollination questions and growing conditions are explored in our videos for these Fruit trees.