Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 9-11 outdoors(hardy down to 30℉) 4-11 patio / 9-11 outdoors
- Mature Height:
- 20-40 ft.
- Mature Width:
- 15-25 ft.
- Full Sun
- Growth Rate:
- Botanical Name:
- Pimenta dioica
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A Tasteful, Flowering Evergreen
Why Allspice Trees?
You probably have it your spice rack. Allspice is used for pickling, in baking, and its oils are used in a range of products. But did you know allspice comes from a tree known for its aromatic tendencies and pretty white blooms set against an evergreen backdrop?
Now you can have it in your own backyard. The Allspice Tree's distinguished white-gray bark and small brown fruit, which boasts aromas akin to cloves, nutmeg, and cinnamon, stand out wherever you plant it. You may recall allspice as the critical ingredient in your grandmother’s award-winning pumpkin pie...now imagine harvesting your own!
One of the world’s most fragrant trees, the Allspice also delivers natural anesthetic, which can be used in a pinch for a toothache or upset stomach. In Caribbean culture, the leaves and fruit of the Allspice are often thought to be a natural antioxidant.
Despite all its uses, it's an easy grower. The Allspice, native to the Caribbean and Central America, can be grown successfully in warmer climates in the United States, and once established, is often quite hardy and resistant to minor drought. While female plants need a male pollinator to show fruit, some male plants are able to flower on their own!
Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better
Where else can you find this rare yet highly sought-after tree? When you order from Fast Growing Trees, you'll not only get this unique tree for yourself - you'll also get healthier roots, better branching, and easier growth than you ever thought possible.
Big-box garden retailers won't have this one-of-a-kind tree. Especially an Allspice Tree with healthy roots and full branching.
Your Allspice Tree will be delivered right to your door, ready to thrive for years to come. But don't wait...reap the rewards of our hard work today. Order your Allspice Tree now and ready your senses!
Customer Reviews & Photos
- Hurricane Michael
All spice Tree
I have enjoyed having this tree in my patio for about 3 years now. It even survived Hurricane Michael. A real surviver
Tree arrived alive, leafy and in good condition. Was planted approximately 3 weeks ago and already is getting new life at the top of the tree, very excited about what is to come.
Hoping for the best with fingers crossed.
The tree is a lot taller than I expected but I'm worried it may die. Leaves are all dried and falling off of one. The second is following with it's leaves drying out. They enclosed a note saying not to worry but I am a little concerned. Hoping for the best. I have them in large house pots to keep them in my home near a sunny window. I Added fresh potting soil.
So far my tree looks really good. I bring it in the house in the winter. But it looks like it is growing well.
Can't wait till it grows up!
The tree was a lot smaller than it thought it would be. I also missed the growing zone so planted in a southern facing protected area. It's very pretty and when it grows up I'm sure it will be an eye catcher.
Planting & Care
1. Planting: Plan to grow your Allspice Tree in a location where it will receive direct morning light or partially shaded locations in the afternoon. It adapts to a number of soil types but prefers well-drained soil.
Dig your hole about 2 to 3 times the diameter of the container your tree arrives in. Set the soil aside, and amend as needed, thoroughly blending any additions. Rake a little of the soil mix into the hole, and set the root ball allowing for a little settling but with the goal to have the soil level be the same as the garden soil around it. Fill about halfway up the hole and water well, allow the water to drain through the soil, and finish backfilling around the tree.
2. Watering: Water once a day for the first two weeks, then reduce the frequency to twice per week. If you're not sure when to water, simply check the surrounding soil about 3 inches down.
3. Fertilizing: When fertilizing Allspice Trees, use a low concentration, well-balanced fertilizer. Start about 6 months after planting and every 6 months or so thereafter.
4. Pruning: Wait to prune your Allspice Tree until it is well established. Typically, you'll want to wait three years before pruning (after it has started blooming, preferably). Prune only during the winter when the tree is not actively growing. Shape the tree so as to have a tight and full growing habit.
Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately, however we are currently experiencing delays and could take up to 7-10 days from date of purchase. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.
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