Tree Fruits at Edible Landscaping
Apples Apricots
Apples, generally the most popular American fruit, come in countless varieties. We look for the one in a million apple variety that is free from disease, looks good in the yard and tastes delicious. Choose two different varieties to set fruit unless noted.

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Japanese apricot or Ume fruits are eaten raw, candied, boiled, preserved in sugar, pickled in salt and dried, or made into a liqueur. The pulp is also used in the preparation of ume-bishio, a sour jam. Fruits preserved in salt and flavored with red Perilla are known as Umeboshi or salt plums and are popular in macrobiotic cooking. At our nursery flowers bloom in February. I've picked them on Valentine's Day. In China, the blossoms are used for scenting tea.

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Che, Seedless Cherries, Sour

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Cherries, Sweet Dogwoods

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Jujubes Medlars
Also called "Red Dates." As popular to the Chinese as apples are to Americans. Jujubes taste exactly like dates when fresh fruits are steamed. Very ornamental in summer. Even in winter the gray branches are striking. Less care, self fertile. Height 15'.

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Mulberries Olives
Mulberries are one of the easiest trees to grow. The fruits are delicious and amazingly productive and healthful. One of the first fruits to ripen, usually late May at Edible Landscaping.

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Pawpaws Peaches
Once established, Pawpaws (Asiminia tribola) thrive with little care. Rarely bothered by pests or diseases, they bear in a wide variety of soils and climates. Two plants are needed for pollination. In late summer, fruit turns a faint yellow-green when ripe. Hardy to -31F. Leaves are aspen yellow in the fall. The zebra swallowtail exclusively picks Pawpaw trees to hatch their young. George Washington's favorite dessert was chilled Pawpaw. Height about 20'. Zones 5-8.

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Is there any fruit that tastes as good as a tree ripened peach? We've selected peaches for the yard that ripen early, are resistant to disease, are late frost tolerant and are completely delicious! Still peaches are challenging to grow. Familiarize yourself with their special needs by reading our care guide. All are self-fertile. 8' tall, 12' wide.

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Pears, Asian Pears, European
Asian pears (Pyrus pyrifolia) differ from European pears in that they ripen to peak quality on the tree and their sweet thirst-quenching crispness differs from the buttery texture of European pears. Overall, pears are the easiest of the popular fruits to grow. Their form, bloom and leaves make these trees valuable landscape additions. Two different varieties are needed to set fruit unless otherwise noted. European pears usually pollinate Asian pears.

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Pears are the easiest of the popular fruits to grow!

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Persimmon, American Persimmon, Asian
All varieties are self-fertile

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For a pretty yard tree, oriental persimmons have it all. Many visitors ask "What's this tree?" when they walk by them in our orchard. Its large magnolia-like leaves, pretty fruit and showy fall color catch people's attention. Ease of care and abundant fall fruit are also great reasons to give a persimmon a prestigious place in the yard.

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