Exclusively from Edible Landscaping our Seedless Che is a small rounded fall-fruiting ornamental tree. In the deep South Che ripens in mid-July. Grafted on Osage orange to prevent suckering, these are superior trees. Bears splendid crop of lovely red fruit clusters over the entire tree. A center of attention at ripening time. Fully ripe fruits are juicy, sweet, very pleasant and fig-like in taste. Birds don't bother the fruits. Completely seedless and self fertile, does not need a male pollinator. Makes great "fig" preserves. Space 14' circle. Zones 6-9. May be hardy in the north, but no info is available on how well the fruit ripens. May have juvenile thorns on young plants.
|Drought Tolerance||Very Good|
|Wet Soil Tolerance||Fair|
|Fresh for Kids||Very Good|
|This information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, comments/opinions are always welcome|