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Fruit Trees

At Ty Ty Nursery, you will find a wide selection with hundreds of different varieties and types of fruit trees for home and commercial growing. Both common species such as the apple, cherry, apricot can be found here, as well as more unique selections like quince, and medlar. We can help you decide on your best tree options based on your current climate situation as well as the type of fruit desired.

Read more about various tree species, their ideal growing conditions, and fruit bearing details here.
Apple Trees Apricot Trees Banana Plants Cherry Trees Fig Trees Goji Berry
 

 
 
 
Guava Trees Jujube Trees Kiwi Plants Loquat Trees Mayhaw Trees Medlar Trees
 
 

 
Mulberry Trees Nectarine Trees Olive Trees Paw Paw Trees Peach Trees Pear Trees

 
Persimmon Trees Plum Trees Pluot Trees Pomegranate Trees Quince Trees Strawberry Trees

 
 
 


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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 successfully 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.