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Honeycrisp™ Apple Tree
Growing Zones 3-8

Honeycrisp™ Apple Tree

7 reviews
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Skeena Cherry Tree
Growing Zones 5-9

Skeena Cherry Tree

5 reviews
Starting at $164.95Up to 15% OFF
Frantoio Olive Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Frantoio Olive Tree

30 reviews
Starting at $149.95
Clementine Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Clementine Tree

10 reviews
Starting at $104.95
Mission Olive Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Mission Olive Tree

22 reviews
Starting at $149.95
Bing Cherry Tree
Growing Zones 5-8

Bing Cherry Tree

21 reviews
Starting at $209.95Up to 32% OFF
Key Lime Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Key Lime Tree

18 reviews
Starting at $124.95
Emerald Blueberry Bush
Growing Zones 8-10

Emerald Blueberry Bush

3 reviews
Starting at $87.95Up to 2% OFF
Persian 'Bearss' Lime Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Persian 'Bearss' Lime Tree

34 reviews
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Granny Smith Apple Tree
Growing Zones 5-8

Granny Smith Apple Tree

3 reviews
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Sharpblue Blueberry Bush
Growing Zones 7-10

Sharpblue Blueberry Bush

2 reviews
Starting at $119.95
Navel Orange Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Navel Orange Tree

19 reviews
Starting at $169.95
Red Haven Peach Tree
Growing Zones 5-9

Red Haven Peach Tree

11 reviews
Starting at $209.95Up to 28% OFF
Pink Variegated Eureka Lemon Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Pink Variegated Eureka Lemon Tree

Starting at $94.95
Biloxi Blueberry Bush
Growing Zones 6-9

Biloxi Blueberry Bush

Starting at $119.95
Pendolino Olive Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Pendolino Olive Tree

6 reviews
Starting at $119.95
Bartlett Pear Tree
Growing Zones 5-7

Bartlett Pear Tree

2 reviews
Starting at $134.95
Kaffer 'Kieffer' Lime Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Kaffer 'Kieffer' Lime Tree

9 reviews
Starting at $114.95
Fuji Apple Tree
Growing Zones 4-8

Fuji Apple Tree

7 reviews
Starting at $209.95
Calamondin Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Calamondin Tree

1 reviews
Starting at $124.95
Moorpark Apricot Tree
Growing Zones 4-8

Moorpark Apricot Tree

4 reviews
Starting at $169.95Up to 26% OFF
Eureka Lemon Tree
Growing Zones 8-11

Eureka Lemon Tree

Starting at $114.95
20th Century (Nijisseiki) Asian Pear Tree
Growing Zones 5-9

20th Century (Nijisseiki) Asian Pear Tree

9 reviews
Starting at $189.95
Kishu Mandarin Tree (Seedless)
Growing Zones 8-11

Kishu Mandarin Tree (Seedless)

3 reviews
Starting at $169.95
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Facts About California Grown Fruit Trees

Nothing compares to freshly picked fruit from your own backyard—especially when that pristine fruit is grown on California fruit trees.

From delectable cherries to sweetly sour citrus, growing fruit in your backyard is easier than you might expect, especially with many of the self-fertile, hybrid varieties available today. And even if you don’t have the benefit of a west coast climate, many California fruit trees can be nurtured as patio plants, allowing you to produce and enjoy delicious fruit at home!

If you’re wondering the types of California fruit trees for sale that will work in your growing zone, Fast Growing Trees’ Plant Experts can help you decide, but first, learn more about some of our favorites below.

Types of California Fruit Trees

California fruit is known throughout the world for its high-quality taste and texture. The Golden State’s prime climate and nutrient-rich soil allows for many fruits to thrive, including cherries, citrus, apples, blueberries, and pears, among many others. Here are a few of our favorites:

Skeena Cherry Tree is one of the quintessential native California fruit trees. Bursting with fragrant, white blossoms during the spring, this tree produces lush, deep red cherries in the fall. A low-maintenance, self-fertile cherry tree variety, this tree’s fruit is perfect for jams and pies. Plant it in areas of full sun in zones 5-9.

Honeycrisp Apple Trees are much-loved for their crisp, sweet taste and are able to be grown in the majority of the continental United States, throughout zones 3-8. Cold hardy down to -30 degrees, this apple tree will thrive when planted with cross-pollinators like Fuji and Gala.

Prized for its versatility and classic sleek leaves, the Mission Olive Tree boasts one of the greatest cold resistance of any cultivar in California. When planted in the ground, this majestic olive tree can reach heights of up to 30 feet, but it also brings beauty to your home season after season when container-planted indoors.

Browse Fast Growing Trees’ full collection of fruit trees to discover all the possibilities for your yard.

Benefits of California Fruit Trees

The benefits of growing your own fruit are numerous—save time on trips to the grocery store alongside the rising costs of groceries! Additionally, when you grow your own fruit, you know exactly where it's coming from—no need to worry about how long it’s taken to transport to your grocery store or what chemicals were used in their growing process. Grow organic fresh fruit right at home and just take a walk in your backyard whenever you feel like enjoying it!

Benefits of California Fruit Trees

With so many varieties and fruit types to choose from, you’ll want to consider these key care details when deciding the right fruit tree for your landscape.

Pollination: In order for fruit to be produced, your tree will need proper pollination. While some varieties, such as the Skeena Cherry Tree, are self-fertile, other fruit tree varieties require additional pollinators to be planted nearby so that fruit can be produced. Before purchasing your tree, be sure to understand its pollination needs, and if multiple trees need to be planted, make sure you have the proper space and growing conditions available. Also, while self-fertile plants do not require additional pollinators to produce fruit, their yields will most likely increase dramatically when additional trees are planted nearby.

Sunlight: Most fruit tree varieties need full sun, at least 6 hours, to flourish and produce healthy fruit.

Watering: While it will vary depending on the variety of your fruit tree, proper watering will be key to maintaining a healthy plant throughout the year, especially during summer when prolonged heat or dryness can affect your tree’s fruit production.

Fertilizing: Applying fertilizer is a standard care step for most fruit tree varieties, but the type of fertilizer and time of application varies immensely from tree to tree. Make sure you research your tree’s fertilization requirements so you’re aware of the type of fertilizer you’ll need and during which season it should be applied.

Pruning: Most fruit trees will benefit from pruning as it helps with fruit production by increasing airflow between branches, but timing of pruning will be important, so make sure to consider your specific variety’s needs. Learn more in our Guide to Fruit Tree Pruning.

Questions about California Fruit Trees

Is the Skeena Cherry Tree for sale online?

Yes! While you may feel shopping at a local nursery or big-box store is best when browsing fruit trees available for sale, purchasing from Fast Growing Trees guarantees you’ll receive the best quality out there. All of our fruit tree varieties are groomed, monitored, and trained for maximum branching by experts at our nursery, so you can feel assured that they’ll thrive when planted at your home. Not only that, every item on the Fast Growing Trees site is backed by our 30-Day Alive & Thrive Guarantee, so you can purchase worry-free!

When to trim fruit trees in California?

It’s best to trim fruit trees in the winter after your tree’s gone dormant and its leaves have fallen. For most California climates, this will be January and February.

What fruit tree is native to California?

California produces a number of delicious, natively grown fruits and nuts, including avocados, peaches, olives, cherries, a variety of berries and citrus, among many others! Browse our full collection above!

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