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Best fruit trees in phoenix az

I've started to consider the possibility of having a small cherry tree in my garden in Arizona, but I'm wondering what varieties would be best for the desert. I'd like the fruits to ripen before frost. The only type of tree I can find is 'Sparta', which is what I had as a kid, and my family has been enjoying 'Sparta' for quite some time.

The first tree I saw was the 'Olympus' pear, and it is the kind of pear tree that I enjoy. It's also good for having many varieties within one tree. Would 'Olympus' be a good choice for Arizona? I've looked at the 'Crimson King' cherry too, but I don't know if it would produce fruit.

I live in North East Florida. I do have a fruit tree that I planted in July (it is supposed to bloom in Oct.) And I was told it was a Spar. I didn't realize I would have been told that because I didn't know anything about fruit trees. I just want something beautiful and fruit bearing to add to my patio. When I started searching I found the 'Olympus' pear, the 'Ruffles' peach, the 'Espresso' apricot, the 'Blaze' cherry, the 'Golden Delicious' apple, and the 'Black Rose' cherry. I picked up one of each because that's what they had, but I have to say, they are gorgeous! I like the red, the green, the yellow, the white, and the pink. My plan is to find at least 6 to 8 'Olympus' pears, as they can get big and I'm sure I'll want to eat some. Then I will find out what my 'Blaze' cherry tree can do for me.

I live in North East Florida. I do have a fruit tree that I planted in July (it is supposed to bloom in Oct.) And I was told it was a Spar. I didn't realize I would have been told that because I didn't know anything about fruit trees. I just want something beautiful and fruit bearing to add to my patio. When I started searching I found the 'Olympus' pear, the 'Ruffles' peach, the 'Espresso' apricot, the 'Blaze' cherry, the 'Golden Delicious' apple, and the 'Black Rose' cherry. I picked up one of each because that's what they had, but I have to say, they are gorgeous! I like the red, the green, the yellow, the white, and the pink. My plan is to find at least 6 to 8 'Olympus' pears, as they can get big and I'm sure I'll want to eat some. Then I will find out what my 'Blaze' cherry tree can do for me.

Welcome to the forum, Mary Ann

Howdy, Mary Ann... I'm a member of the forum. I know I'm a little late, but thought I'd let you know, even though I'm not a member. I used to have red, white, and green, and pink, apricot, and orange trees as well. It's taken me years to find a real garden, as I'm the worst gardener of anyone on this forum, but I will learn. My 'Blaze' cherry tree is about 25 years old, and it's doing very well, with a nice crop of cherries this year. It's about 7 to 8 feet tall. I also have a couple of other cherry trees, as well as a cherry bush and several apples.

Welcome to the forum, Mary Ann. It will be fun getting to know you!

I am in Northwest Arkansas in the garden center district. I am still searching for my white and pink "Olympus" pear tree, but my white "Elberta" is working really well for me. At one time my garden was about 75% white. My garden has grown larger this year and my "white" is doing even better. I am a great gardener and have a wonderful and supportive husband.

Here is a link to my white and pink 'Olympus' pear tree, and the white and pink "Olympus" apple tree I also have.

I'd love to find that white and pink "Olympus" tree, Mary Ann!

You are right, there is an abundance of 'Olympus' trees, but none of them are a perfect tree that I am looking for. I will probably not find it, even in the near future. I really do want to find it, but I'm not going to force it. If it makes it into production, it's nice to have options!

This is a big garden with fruit trees, fruit bushes, herbs, etc.

I'm from Tennessee, but have lived in Florida for 30 years now, except for three years in Michigan. I'm married to my best friend for 36 years and we have 2 children and three grandchildren. We have a lot of fun. I love doing the things I do and sharing them with those I love.

Hello, welcome to the forum! My name is Mary Ann. I live in Northwest Arkansas, in the garden center district. It is a great area. My garden center is next to the river. It has a number of big trees in it that I want to plant and will do so in the next few months.

This is a really pretty area and you don't want to know what kind of weather we can have in the winter!

I have a white and pink "Olympus" apple tree, also a white and pink 'Bilko' peach tree, a pink 'Elberta' apple tree, a blue 'Wills' pear tree, a purple 'Pink Belle' pear tree, a red 'Wickson' peach tree, and a pink 'Rome Beauty' pear tree. I also have pink and white 'Conference' grafted nectarine trees and a pink 'Lisianthus' grafted peach tree. I love these trees and would like to find some more for me to use!

I started my gardening back in the mid-1980's. I was so excited to have my own place to garden that I did not keep track of how many years I lived there. Back then I had 5 flower beds, 3 raised beds, and a "little lawn" where I sowed clover for a few years.

I went to a nursery one year, but only picked up one small tree. They were all there in bloom. It was a great spot so I bought one. That little tree now towers over all of my flower beds. I bought some more trees from them that year and a few from another nursery.

I have some of my own raised beds, but have many planted with trees and shrubs and flowers. We still plant many flowers as we go through them at the farm and some of them just have to come here. There are so many great plants we could have in our area!

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