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Loquat Trees
The loquat tree is a wonderful fruit bearing tree that is evergreen up to zone 8, and the loquat tree will survive very cold temperatures of zero degrees F. that rarely occur here in Georgia. This easy-to-grow fruit tree unbelievably develops white, fragrant flowers some years as early as January, and the loquat trees load up with large clusters of developing yellow loquats in March through June,

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USDA Zones 8-10

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USDA Zones 8-10

  • Loquat Tree Video, Etc.
    The Nippon Loquat only has one large seed in the center, and the size of the loquat is at least twice the size of seedling loquats. Large clusters of Loquat fruit form on Loquat trees that can easily be picked or eaten straight off the tree. Buy your hybrid Japanese loquat trees today at Ty Ty Nursery.
  • Fruiting Loquat Tree
    Loquat trees are evergreen fruit bearing trees that flower in late fall or early winter, and the loquat fruit ripens in March and April. Cold hardy, evergreen, fruiting trees are rare for the South, except for citrus and olive trees, that grow exceptionally well in zones 8-10. Loquat trees have survived low temperatures of zero degrees in Georgia, but loquat fruit can be damaged in temperatures below 20 degrees F. Loquats excel as fresh fruit and are deliciously spicy as a pickled condiment.
  • Loquat X 'Nippon' Tree
    The Loquat tree is often called the Japanese plum in the south and is an evergreen tree loaded with custard-like fruit in May that hangs from the tree in giant clusters. Loquat fruit is enjoyed by man, birds and various wildlife. Loquats can be eaten fresh off the tree or baked into custards, jellies or preserves.