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Pistachio Tree

Pistacia vera

The perfect, two-in-one pistachio bundle!

Our Pollinator Pack includes one Randy Pistachio and one Golden Falls Pistachio, which will pollinate each other to produce fruit.

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Grow Your Very Own Delicious and Healthy Pistachios!

Never buy another expensive pistachio again. Pistachios are notoriously expensive in the store and market, and they’re hardly fresh. When you grow your own Pistachio Tree, you'll get more than your money's worth with an endless supply of fresh pistachios straight from your garden.

Can you eat Pistachios straight from the tree? Yes! Pistachios consistently rank as a favorite nut. With their distinct, rich flavor and natural sweetness, pistachios are always a beloved snack. They're easy and fun to eat, and your family will love having access to your Pistachio Tree harvest.

They're healthy too. Did you know that pistachios are the lowest calorie nut? They're an ideal snack because they're full of healthy fats, fiber, vitamins, antioxidants, phytosterols, and carotenoids - all essential components to maintaining health and wellness. We have a tendency to snack on what's available, so keeping a consistent supply of pistachios around will be not only a delightful treat for you and your family but a healthy choice too.

Where do Pistachio Trees grow? Pistachio Trees grow where hardly anything else will. They're very particular about the climate they grow in, but luckily, they're perfect for people who live in the desert where beautiful green shade trees are hard to come by. They'll do best with direct sunlight and little to no shade, and they prefer dry heat over humidity.

Plant it and then watch it grow. As long as the climate is right and you've got a male and a female, your Pistachio trees will produce a huge harvest every other year. And there's hardly any maintenance and upkeep to these dry-weather loving trees. Most trees produce around 50 lbs. of nuts per year. That's plenty to share with your friends and family.

Pistachio nuts are easy to harvest. When your pistachios start splitting, just throw down a tarp, shake the branches and watch the delicious pistachios fall to the ground. Just a few days in the sun and you'll have fresh pistachios ready to eat.

They stay fresh for months. Don't worry if you can't eat all your pistachios right from the harvest. They'll stay fresh for months in a closed jar or sealed bag. And if you need to keep them for even longer, the fridge or freezer will do the trick.

Order 2 trees to make sure you get your harvest. Pistachio Trees don't self-pollinate, but we make it easy for you. We bundled the Randy and Golden Hills, which pair perfectly together. Just plant them both at the same time, sit back, and let the wind do the rest!

Treat yourself and your family to a fresh, healthy snack. Your family will love sitting under the shade of your Pistachio tree, and they'll love having access to fresh pistachios whenever they want. Don't let another season go buy without a pair of Pistachio Trees in your yard. Order your Randy and Golden Hills Pistachio trees today.

Full Planting & Care Instructions

Product Details

    Mature Height:20-30 ft.
    Mature Width:20 ft.
    Sunlight:Full Sun
    Growth Rate:Moderate
    Harvest Time:Late fall
    Botanical Name:Pistacia vera
    Does Not Ship To:AZ
    Grows Well In Zones:7-10 outdoors
    grow zone map

    Growing Zones: 7-10 outdoors

    (hardy down to 10℉)

    Customer Reviews & Photos

    4.4

    Based on 43 reviews

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    Bradford L.
    2/4/2024
    Verified Buyer

    New Trees

    Just planted so really don't know how it will come out. Hopefully it will survive and at least leaf this Spring.

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    Anonymous
    5/5/2023

    Pistachio pollinator pack

    I got 2 variety pistachio trees in a pollinator pack. One of them had the main branch broken, but see small buds sprouting, hopefully it will be ok. It would be really convenient if the plants were labelled individually. Looking forward to enjoy home grown pistachios, in couple of years!

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    Anonymous
    4/9/2023

    So Far So Good

    The trees are doing well right now. Thank you

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    Michael B.
    3/6/2023
    Verified Buyer

    First experience with pistachio trees and this compan

    The pair of pistachio trees have been planted and so far look as if they’re doing fine. I am labeling my trees as I plant them and was disappointed that the male and female tree (Randy and Golden Hills) were not identified as such, as each displayed a label with both names on each label. That would be fine if someone could have taken the time to circle the name of the tree. The pair of trees arrived in excellent shape in a very sturdy cardboard box. The root ball of each tree was very well prepared and I was very pleased with their overall condition upon arrival.

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    Francisco R.
    1/15/2023
    Verified Buyer

    The Awaiting Begins

    I watch a lot of Epicgardening on Youtube and they get a lot of their own fruit trees and citrus trees from you guys and so here I am, and I know they don't have a pistachio in their grand homestead but I will definitely be one of the first to add such a great addition to one's yard. Spending countless hours scrolling up and down, looking at other customer reviews, and looking through the catalog for hours endlessly intrigued, I've decided to treat myself to my very own pistachios. I will be following up a review of its arrival with photos, and its progress to help those who can't make up their mind. I'm more than thrilled, jumping in excitement for its arrival, hopefully, they come bearing the distinction of which is the male and which is the female.

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