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  1. York Elderberry Zones: 3-9
    As low as $49.69
  2. Tifblue Blueberry Bush Zones: 6-9
    As low as $59.99
  3. Minneola Tangelo Tree Zones: 9-10 (Patio 4-10)
    As low as $139.29
  4. American Elderberry Zones: 3-9
    As low as $79.99
  5. Achacha Tree Zones: Outdoors 10-11(Indoors 4-11)
    As low as $98.79
  6. Star Ruby Grapefruit Tree Zones: 9-11
    As low as $167.99
  7. Centennial Crabapple Tree Zones: 4-7
    As low as $98.79
  8. LSU Purple Fig Tree Zones: 9 - 11
    As low as $129.59
  9. Black Beauty® Elderberry Zones: 4-7
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  10. Kishu Mandarin Tree Zones: Outdoors 9-10; Patio 4-10
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  11. Cara Cara Sweet Orange Tree Zones: 9 - 10 (Patio 4-10)
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  12. Golden Elderberry Bush Zones: 3-9
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  13. Indio Mandarinquat Tree Zones: 8-10 (Patio 4-10)
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  14. Santa Teresa Lemon Tree Zones: Outdoors 9-10; Patio 4-10
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  15. Gold Nugget Mandarin Tree Zones: 9-10 (Patio 4-10)
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  16. Mutsu Apple Tree Zones: 4-8
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  17. Marilee Crabapple Tree Zones: 4-8
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  18. Lane Late Navel Orange Tree Zones: Outdoors 9-10; Patio 4-10
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  19. Trovita Orange Tree Zones: 9 - 10 (Patio 4 - 10)
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  20. Big Beef Tomato Plant Zones: 3-11
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  21. Mexican Lime Tree Zones: 10-11 (Patio 4 - 9)
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  22. Red Gold Nectarine Tree Zones: 5-9
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Choose To Pick Your Own Fruit

Fruit trees are available in a variety of types that are sure to add fragrance and “taste” to your home garden. When you shop by type fruit tree, you can narrow down the options based on whether you want a citrus tree, a fruit bush, a fruit tree in a container, and more.

Fruit trees generally attract birds, pollinators, and other wildlife to your landscape, and they reward you with blooms every year. Aside from lovely blossoms, fruit trees give you delicious treats that you can eat and cook with.

Most fruit tree types do best in full to partial sun and in well-drained soil. They are a great way to add both ornamental beauty, shade, and a sun-warmed harvest to your landscape.