Sorts and Filters
Sorts and Filters
Burgundy Plum Tree4 reviewsStarting at $99.95
Spring Glory® Serviceberry Tree7 reviewsStarting at $104.95
Snow Queen Nectarine Tree8 reviewsStarting at $99.95
Harko Nectarine TreeStarting at $94.95
Goldmine Nectarine Tree6 reviewsStarting at $99.95
Double Delight Nectarine Tree4 reviewsStarting at $99.95
Chinese Mormon Apricot Tree25 reviewsStarting at $119.95
June Gold Peach Tree19 reviewsStarting at $80.95
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry Tree44 reviewsStarting at $139.95
Harvey Lemon Tree17 reviewsStarting at $59.95
Peanut Butter Fruit Tree20 reviewsStarting at $139.95
Condo™ Avocado Tree79 reviewsStarting at $149.95
Sugarloaf Pineapple Plant21 reviewsStarting at $49.95
Chocolate Persimmon Tree5 reviewsStarting at $199.95
Achacha Fruit Tree18 reviewsStarting at $119.95
Giant Fuyu Persimmon Tree18 reviewsStarting at $189.95
Triple Crown Blackberry Plant - USDA Organic5 reviewsStarting at $49.95
Heritage Everbearing Raspberry - USDA Organic5 reviewsStarting at $49.95
Dragon Fruit Cactus - USDA Organic13 reviewsStarting at $44.95
Sugar Apple Tree (Sweetsop Tree)93 reviewsStarting at $129.95
2-in-1 Cherry Surprise Tree9 reviewsStarting at $229.95
3-in-1 Cherry Tree13 reviewsStarting at $319.95
Saturn Peach Tree8 reviewsStarting at $89.95
Sunglo Nectarine Tree23 reviewsStarting at $129.95
Herbs & Spices
Heirloom Apple Trees
Home-grown fruit, no matter where you live.
Imagine delicious fruit, grown right from your home, in a wide variety of colors, flavors and types, from sweet to tart and exotic. Fruit Trees can be planted in your garden, backyard, or in a container for your patio or indoor spaces. Several of our Fruit Trees are self-fertile, but for those that aren’t, we have the perfect pollination partners for large harvests.
How to Plant Fruit Trees
Though specific directions depend on the Fruit Trees and Plants you purchase, all Fruit Trees must be grown in the proper growing zones. After you’ve determined your zone, keep sunlight and watering needs in mind.
From there, planting is generally the same across all varieties. Find an area with well-drained soil, dig a hole large enough to accommodate the tree’s root ball (with a bit of extra width for growing space), place your tree and back fill the hole. Finally, water to settle the tree’s roots and mulch to conserve moisture.
When to Plant Fruit Trees
We recommend planting your Fruit Trees at some point in early spring – this is the ideal season for most parts of the country. However, you can container-plant Fruit Trees nearly any time of year, especially if you keep them on your patio or move them indoors during cooler weather or excessively hot weather.
How Far Apart to Plant Fruit Trees?
Generally, how far apart to plant your Fruit Trees depends on their mature size and pollination information. If your Fruit Trees are container-planted, they won’t grow as large, allowing them to fit into tighter spaces. If you’re planting outside and have a Fruit Tree that exceeds 10 feet in height at maturity, simply ensure you plant away from structures.
Many of our Fruit Trees are self-fertile, but you’ll almost always have bigger harvests by planting more than one. And for those that need a cross-pollinator, we’ve recommended the best pollination partners.
Here’s how pollination works: Bees help spread the pollen of one tree from bloom to bloom, helping fruit emerge, or bees carry the pollen from one tree to another tree, helping both varieties fruit.
When to Prune Fruit Trees and Pick Harvests
Wait to prune until your Fruit Trees are dormant – usually, this will be in the fall and winter seasons. At this point, remove diseased or broken branches, suckers and most competing branches on your Fruit Trees. And always ensure you’re making your cuts with a clean, sterilized pair of shears.
As far as harvesting goes, different fruits will ripen in different seasons, but here are harvest times for our most popular selections: