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  1. Celeste Fig Tree Zones: 6-10
    As low as $79.20

  2. Improved Semi-Dwarf Meyer Lemon Zones: 9-11 (Patio 4-11)
    As low as $129.59

  3. Improved Dwarf Meyer Lemon Trees Zones: 9-11 (Patio 4-11)
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  4. Eureka Lemon Tree Zones: 8-10 (Patio 4-10)
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  5. Lemon and Lime Tree 2n1 Zones: 9-11 (Patio 4-11)
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  6. Sudachi Mandarin Tree Zones: 9-11 (Patio 4-10)
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  7. Dwarf Strawberry Tree Zones: 7-9
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  8. Surecrop Strawberry Plant Zones: 4-9
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  9. Desert King Fig Tree Zones: 5-9
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  10. Vaniglia Sanguigno Blood Orange Tree Zones: 9-11 (Patio 4-8)
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  11. White Dragon Fruit Plant Zones: 10-11
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  12. Yellow Dragon Fruit Plant Zones: 10-11
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  13. Lemon Guava Tree Zones: 9-11
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  14. Red Dragon Fruit Zones: 10-11
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  15. Ruby Red Grapefruit Tree Zones: 9-11
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Don't Miss Out On The Benefits Of Home-Grown Fruit! 

Fruit trees and plants are available in myriad varieties that are sure to add beauty - and taste! - to your home garden. Fruit tree varieties include apple, peach, strawberry, lemon, and others that will reward you with delicious produce every year.

Many fruit tree varieties do best in partial to full sun, and along with providing fruit, are lovely ornamental plants when blooming. These trees also create great shade during warm summer months. Fruit trees typically have gorgeous flower blossoms prior to producing seasonal fruit.

An added benefit to planting any variety of fruit tree is the money you'll save on your grocery bill by growing your own produce. Harvesting your own fruit at home is a great way to involve the entire family in a fun and healthy activity.

Fruit trees will attract wildlife including bees, birds, and other pollinators. Young trees may need to be protected from deer with deterrents, as fruit trees take longer than most to become established.