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The Loquat tree is a rare fruit tree which flowers in fall or winter and fruits in April to May. The loquat trees fruit is small, round orange and sweet.Loquat trees usually grow to 10' but can reach 20'. Loquat trees are very easy evergreens to grow, but fruit yield can vary from year, especially with extreme temperatures.A basket of Loquat fruit can be picked from a tree beginning in May before the birds descent upon the delicious fruit,as it matures its yellow to orange fruit that ripens in March and April, much earlier than most other fruit trees. Some loquat trees will partially self pollinate but all benefit from a second pollinator plant.


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•Slices of fresh or pickled loquats are brightly colored and often used to decorate desserts with chocolate puddings and other brightly pictured fruits or berries. Planted as an evergreen landscape tree the loquat tree provides shade in the Summer to patios and fresh fruit for easy picking in the early Spring. Try serving fresh loquats at parties or pickle or preserve them to put on a Thanksgiving banquet table. From a distance the evergreen Loquat tree appears silver-green in color and the dense leaves will cut down on traffic noise and filter out automobile fumes acting as a privacy screen. Loquats are highly resistant to disease and insect damage. The Loquat tree is popular as an ornamental specimen, and the fruit offers several health benefits. Some describe the tangy taste of the Loquat as a blend of plum, pineapple and apricot. Loquat trees grow almost anywhere in the United States, but produce fruit is southern areas where its a tropical climate.




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Tasty fruits November 24, 2014
Reviewer: KIMBERLEE KURIMSKI from JOHNSON CITY, TX United States  
Was a nice looking tree with leaves and all. These are good to eat too.

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No Instructions accompanied tree November 10, 2014
Reviewer: David Gilhousen from SLIDELL, LA United States  
Think twice before you purchase.  My loquat shipped without any planting instructions and bare root planting is much more of a challenge than nursery stock. Also, after mine died, I found loquats are much more readily available at local nurseries than I thought.  For a lower price, I got a much bigger and more mature tree.

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Green May 31, 2014
Reviewer: Douglas Barney from Newton Grove, NC United States  
These were the only trees in my order to show life.

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Exactly as ordered May 20, 2014
Reviewer: Tammy Fogle from Troy, SC United States  
Tree looks beautiful and healthy.

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Spots on leaves April 28, 2014
Reviewer: Leonor Guy from Raeford, NC United States  
Just as with the plums, they look good, although some of the leaves look like they have bugs, my husband thinks that may not be so.  We'll see how they do.  We've already planted them.

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