Fruit and Nut Trees & Vines

We have carried this selection of fruit and nut trees. Availability and sizes change. We can not list every size and price here.
Please call or e-mail for specifics on fruit trees varieties, pricing, and sizes available.

Prices depend on variety.

Tree Variety Description
Almond All in One low chill  
Almond Garden Prince Self fertile dwarf tree, medium size soft shell. Good quality sweet kernels, nice pink blooms mid-season. Ripens late September. Patented variety! 250 chilling hours
Almond Halls Hardy  
Almond Nonpareil large, smooth almonds, industry standard, blooms last half of February, harvest late August
Almond Ne Plus soft shell, large almond, blooms Nonpareil -5days, harvest Nonpareil +14days
Almond Texas Mission hard shell, medium almond, blooms Nonpareil +6days, late harvest
Apple 3 n 1 mild climate combo
Apple Anna Large crops of sweet crisp self fruitful, low chill, 200 chilling hours. Red with yellow blush, bears late June. EZpick
Apple Anna (Dwarf) Dwarf
Apple Beverly Hills EZpick
Apple Carnivale self fertile, red and yellow fruit with firm, crisp flesh and a complex, sweet flavor with tart overtones, 250-300 chilling hours, heavy bearer, good fire blight resistance
Apple Dorsett Large firm sweet golden delicious type, low chill, pollinates with Anna.
Apple Einsheimer Low chill variety from Israel. Prolific and self fertile, crunchy fruit medium size, reddish blush, 300 chilling hours.  EZpick
Apple Fuji From Japan, a self fertile sweet flavorful, ripens mid September. Reddish orange skin, 500 chilling hours.
Apple Gala Desert apple from New Zealand, crisp, sweet, and tart mix, rich flavor. Red/orange over yellow skin, early self fertile, 500 chilling hours.
Apple Ghost yellow/green skin, low chill
Apple Granny Smith Sweet and tart mix. crunchy, very popular variety, needs pollinator.
Apple King David New!
Apple Pettingill Large, round deep red skin. Good crisp, juicy, table, sauce and pie apple. Excelllent red apple for low chill areas, ripens August - September - 300 chill hrs. EZpick
Apple Pink Lady Pat.

low chill, self fertile hot climate apple from Australia blush pink over green.  Snappy tartness,balanced with a touch of crisp, sweet flavor. Good keeper, white flesh resists browning. Harvest late October. EZpick

Apple Pink Lady Pat. (dwarf)


Apple Sundowner

low chill dessert apple red

Apricot Aprium Flavor Delight Apricot/plum hybrid (3/4 apricot and 1/4 plum), flesh is yellow and firm like an apricot, combination of apricot and plum flavor
Apricot Flora Gold
Apricot Garden Annie EZpick
Apricot Goldkist Freestone, very good quality, heavy bearing
Apricot Katy Great for mild winter areas, fruit large and flavorful. Good for drying, fresh eating and canning. Self fertile freestone ripens June, 350 chill hrs. EZpick
Apricot Royal Large yellow to orange fruit with excellent flavor. Ripens in June, self fertile, low chilling requirements.
Apricot Tropic Gold EZpick (prepruned for more compact growth and multi branched )
Avocado Bacon Cold hardy !
Avocado Brazos Belle Cold hardy !
Avocado Fantastic Most cold hardy Mexican avocado, thin skinned, green fruit
Avocado Joey Cold hardy, purple-black, medium sized fruit
Avocado Lila Cold hardy Mexican avocado, green skin
Avocado Mexicola Cold hardy !
Avocado Opal Cold hardy Mexican avocado, medium sized green fruit
Avocado Pancho Cold hardy Mexican avocado, medium to large green fruit
Avocado Wilma Large, good quality, black skin

Cherry of the Rio Grande

Eugenia aggregata Sweet, tart, ribbed orange to red cherry size fruit from a small tree native to Surinam and northern South America. Delicious in cooking or right off the tree. Widely grown in central and south Florida. (Eugenia aggregata) Zone 9 hardy shrub, grows 6 feet tall.
Cherry Dwarf Mexican bush Dwarf, self fertile, edible tart cherry that can be used as a hedge or small tree. Outstanding fall red foilage and wonderfully fragrant pink flowers in spring. Fruit ripens about August. Attractive to birds. Great plant for small gardens as it only gets 4 to 5 feet.
Cherry Minnie Royal dwarf root stock, medium-sized, firm and flavorful red cherry, low chill
Cherry Royal Crimson Low chill self fertile
Cherry Royal Lee dwarf root stock, medium sized red cherry; firm with good flavor, very productive, low chill
Cherry Stella low chill
Fig Blackjack Large long purplish fruit with strawberry red flesh. A natural semi-dwarf that can be kept under to 8ft. Sweet and juicy, heavy producer. Ripens June to September
Fig Black Mission Purplish-black skin, red flesh, rich flavor. Heavy bearing, long-lived, large tree
Fig Brown Turkey Large brown, bell shaped (purplish brown) with light strawberry flesh.
Fig Celeste Small to medium pear shaped fruit is violet in color. Flesh is white shading to rose, very sweet, firm and juicy, used for table, canning and preserves. Frost resistant. 'The sugar fig'.
Fig Desert King big, green, sweet and easy to grow, produces more breba figs than most other varieties
Fig Ghost Hill™ white Texas Every-bearing A sport of Texas Everbearing with white figs found in the growing area known as Ghost Hill.
Fig Golden Celeste  
Fig Italian Honey large, greenish yellow fruit with sweet, light amber flesh, requires less than 300 chill hours
Fig Janice seedless Kadota Light greenish-yellow fruit, large, sweet, with practically no seeds.
Fig Kadota Sweet, greenish-yellow fruit produces a reliable harvest each fall
Fig LSU Purple Medium to dark purple skin with a strawberry colored flesh; a mild, sweet flavor
Fig Magnolia large size and delicious taste
Fig Panache(Tiger fig) Small to medium-sized fruit with green color and yellow Tiger stripes, red pulp
Fig Peter"s Honey Very sweet, shiny, high quality, and greenish yellow fruit when ripe
Fig Texas Blue Giant Large fig with a purple skin, pinkish flesh and a closed eye, mild flavor; less cold hardy than 'Celeste'
Fig Texas Ever-bearing Large brownish bell shaped fruit, amber flesh, bears young and gives good crop in short season areas.
Fig Violette de Bordeaux hardy, sweet, small to medium size purple-black fruit with a deep red flesh
Fig White Kadota Med. lemon yellow skin. Amber flesh with few seeds. Very sweet good fresh or canning type. Fruit needs hot weather to ripen.
Grape Autumn Seedless
Grape Autumn Royal
Grape Black Spanish also known as Lenoir and Jacquez, red wine grape
Grape Blueberry Seedless purple blue grape hint of blueberry flavor. Ripens August thru September
Grape Cowart  
Grape Carlos Muscadine large, bronze skin, tangy sweet, good for wine, jelly. Ripens September
Grape Noble Muscadine self pollinating, cold hardy, good for red wine, jelly. Ripens September
Grape Muscadine thick tart skin, pale green sweet flesh
Grape Princess Seedless, white
Grape Red Flame Seedless, red skin, firm flesh, ripens late July
Guava Regular Guava  
Guava Barbie Pink
Guava Costa Rican Psidium friedrichsthalianum
Guava Peruvian Giant White  
Guava Thai White green skin, white flesh with pale yellow seeds and tends to be drier than the pink type
Guava Tikal  
JuJuBe GA 866  
JuJuBe Li Self fertile, reddish-brown round fruit , dry, wrinkled, sweet, & chewy (like dates) when fully ripe in early fall. Very low chilling requirement.
JuJuBe Shanxi Li Self fertile, two inch round fruit, shiny reddish-brown, date-like with a sweet apple flavor. 150 hours
JuJuBe Sugarcane  
Mayhaw Masons  
Mayhaw Native Mayhaw  
Mango Alphonso small, thin skin, sweet
Mango Cogshall  
Mango Ice Cream  
Mango Mallika The result of the hybridization of the Indian mango varieties 'Neelum' and 'Dasheri'. Harvest from June to July.
Mango Nam Doc Mai  
Mulberry Black Beauty  
Mulberry Contorted White  
Mulberry Dwarf Black  
Mulberry Dwarf Everbearing  
Mulberry Morus alba fruiting Mulberry  
Mulberry Pakistan fruiting large, oblong-oval, sweet red-purple fruit
Nectarine Arctic Fantasy EZpick
Nectarine Arctic Snow Low-acid, white-fleshed freestone nectarine
Nectarine Arctic Star white
Nectarine Desert Dawn Large, red skin, juicy yellow semi-freestone, rich flavor
Nectarine Double Delight
Nectarine Early King
Nectarine Flavor Top
Nectarine Necta Zee miniature
Nectarine Panamint Attractive red skinned yellow freestone, intense flavor, nice acid sugar balance, dependable favorite ripens late July, self fruitful, 250 chilling hours. EZpick
Nectarine Red Sunset dwarf
Nectarine Sauzee King
Nectarine Snow Queen EZpick self-fertile. sweet, juicy, early season, white-fleshed freestone. 250-300 chill hours
Nectarine Nectaplum Spice zee nectarine and plum cross
Nectarine Sunred
Nectarine Zee dwarf dwarf
Olive Arbequina small, brown Spanish olive has one of the highest concentration of oil. Small evergreen tree from the Mediterranean Basin grows 15-20 feet.
Olive Arbosana Italian olive
Olive Carboncella Italian olive
Olive Frantoio Italian olive. Frantoio is fruity with a stronger aftertaste.
Olive Koroneiki Greek olive, small, difficult to cultivate, has a high yield of olive oil of exceptional quality.
Olive Leccino Italian olive. Leccino has a mild sweet flavour.
Olive Manzanilla Spanish olive - large, rounded-oval fruit, with purple-green skin, rich taste and thick pulp.
Olive Mission American olive, black and generally used for table consumption. A medium size dual purpose olive, can be used green or when when black and ripe. Fully ripened fruit contains about 22 percent olive oil. Easily hardy to 15 degrees and drought tolerant once established.
Olive Taggiasca Italian olive
Peach 3 n 1 mild climate combo
Peach 4 n 1 mild climate combo
Peach August Pride yellow freestone, 100-200 chill hours, mid-late ripen
Peach Babcock white freestone, 200-300 chill hours, early ripen
Peach Bonanza miniature yellow freestone, 150-250 chill hours, early ripen
Peach Donut (Stark Saturn), EZpick, 300-450 chill hours, smaller fruit than Saturn
Peach Double Jewel richly flavored, yellow freestone
Peach Early Amber yellow Semi-freestone, 300-350 chill hours, early-mid ripen, very juicy
Peach Eva"s Pride yellow freestone, 100-150 chill hours, ripens 2-3 weeks before Mid Pride
Peach Florida Prince yellow freestone, 100-150 chill hours, early ripen, Very resistant to powdery mildew
Peach Galaxy bagel peach
Peach Honey Babe
Peach June Gold Early ripening, 650 chilling hours, excellent commercial variety, yellow fleshed, clingstone, not self fertile.
Peach La Feliciana Yellow fleshed freestone, adapts to warmer areas. 550 hours chilling time, ripens in mid June. Not self fertile.
Peach May Pride yellow freestone, 100-150 chill hours, very early ripen
Peach Mid Pride Good flavor dessert quality, yellow freestone ripens mid June, self fruitful, 100 or less chill hours, does well on the coast.
Peach Peachy Keen
Peach Pix Zee miniature
Peach Red Baron Flowering Peach, with beautiful double red flowers. Good free stone fruit ripens in July, 200-300 hours chilling time, does well in warm areas.
Peach Rio Grande
Peach Sam Houston
Peach Santa Barbara EZpick, yellow freestone, 150-250 chill hours, mid ripen
Peach Saturn Hard to find. Excellent flavor, 200-300 chill hours, white fleshed freestone. Sweet prolific, self fertile, mid-season. Patented, outstanding! EZpick
Peach Sauzee Swirl saucer peach
Peach, Dwarf Southern Flame Dwarf
Peach Sweet Bagel flat, yellow freestone , 300-500 chill hours
Peach Texas King red freestone, 400 chill hours, mid ripen
Peach Tex Prince 500 chill hours
Peach Tropic Snow white freestone, 100-200 chill hours, mid ripen; The most reliable low chill white-fleshed peach. Very resistant to powdery mildew.
Pear, Asian 20th Century Self fertile, prolific juicy, sweet crisp, wonderful flavor. Small heavy bearing tree, pollinates with most other varieties. 500 plus chill hours
Pear, Asian Hosui Medium to large fruit is sweet fine grained flesh. Ripens late, pollinate with 20th Century or Shinko. 400-500 chill hours
Pear, Asian Apple (nijisseiki) Med. round, thin yellow green skin. Firm ,juicy cream white flesh. A Japenese pear of distinction! Ripens July-August. 400 chill hours. Called apple pear!
Pear, Asian Shinko Late ripening, excellent quality. Juicy fruit is sweet flavorful, crisp like an apple. Self fruitful or pollinate with 20th Century or Hosui.
Pear, Asian Shinseki A medium-large, yellow pear with sweet mild and juicy flesh. Ripens July
Pear, Asian Tsu Li
Pear, Asian Ya Li 250 chill hours
Pear, Asian Yoinashi
Pear 3 n 1 mild climate combo
Pear Biscamp self fertile, green with a smooth skin, good for eating, canning, baking, 400 chill hours
Pear Florida Home
Pear Keiffer large golden fruit, Crisp, juicy white flesh, good for canning, baking, ripens early fall
Pear Perdue patented variety from Louisiana
Pear Southern Bartlett very large pear with tender fine textured flesh, 400 chill hours
Pear Southern King Yellow with a slight red blush, cross between Hosui Asian and Tennessee European pears, excellent eating fruit
Pear, European Hood  
Pear, European Orient Good cooking pear with large prolific cinnamon red new foliage. Self fruitful, 325 chilling hours, always a favorite. Delicious, easy to grow.
Pear, European Pineapple Pear Older variety still popular for its delicious sweet fruit that tastes like pineapple. Excellent cook or eating sweet firm texture. Mid season, needs pollinator, popular yard tree.
Pecan Caddo Cross between the cultivars 'Brooks' and 'Alley' in 1922 or 1923, ripen in mid-season
Pecan Choctaw Cross between success and Mahan, high oil content, 60% kernel, thin hull, large and attractive, well adapted to most area, protogynous, this is an outstanding variety for our area.
Pecan Desirable One of the larger pecans, excellent crackers, bears early and is a heavy producer. Thin shell, disease resistant, protandrous, widely adaptable outstanding variety!
Pecan Elliot paper shell, round nut ripens in early fall
Pecan Jackson large nut, willowy habit
Pecan Mohawk Vigorous grower, nuts are large and full. Matures early, thin shell excellent for yard plantings, protogynous
Pecan Pawnee Cross between Mohawk and Star King, hardy giant cross, early large nut, high kernel %, protandrous, scab resistant.
Pecan Podsednik Originated from 1968 Robert Podsednik seedling. Very large nuts (about 20 to a pound) of good quality. Pollinate with 'Desirable', 'Cape Fear' or 'Oconee'.
Pecan Sumner early producer of large, high quality paper shell nuts
Persimmon Chocolate small to medium size oblong fruit with bright red skin. Sweet, spicy, firm brown flesh
Persimmon Coffee Cake  
Persimmon Eureka Flat reddish medium size fruit is self fertile.
Persimmon Fuyu Self fertile, orange with light orange flesh. Medium sweet taste. Flat shaped fruit. Pest free, hardy attractive firm, non-astringent.
Persimmon Giant Fuyu (gosho)  
Persimmon Hachiya Large cone shaped fruit, self fertile, red skin, good producer. Astringent until soft ripe.
Persimmon Izu small tree, sweet fruit, early ripen, Non-astringent type
Persimmon Maru sold as "Cinnamon persimmon" for its spicy flavor
Persimmon Native American  
Persimmon Saijo sweet, yellow flesh, very few seeds, Astringent type
Persimmon Tamopan Very large flat orange fruit, upright grower, not self fruitful.
Persimmon Tanenashi Astringent type
Plum 3 n 1 low chill combo
Plum 4 n 1 low chill combo
Plum Beauty Sweet flavorful good along coastal areas. Red purple skin with red flesh, ripens in late May. Self fruitful low chill 250 hours.
Plum Burgundy Sweet, maroon skin, semi-freestone flesh
Plum Chickasaw native Prunus angustifolia ripens in late summer
Plum Flatwoods native Prunus umbellata ripens in August to October
Plum Golden Nectar Prunus salicina 'Golden Nectar' is large, self-fertile, ripe in late summer, 500-600 chill hours
Plum Green Gage  
Plum Mariposa Large, red fleshed, sweet, juicy, firm, small pit, nearly freestone
Plum Methley By far the most popular plum in the area. Self fertile large prolific freestone, purple plums are large and delicious. Amber flesh, ripens in June.
Plum Parfait Plumcot Pinkish-orange skin, crimson and amber marbled flesh; decent flavor
Plum Santa Rosa Large oval fruit are red skinned, firm flesh is yellow to darker near center. Rich tart flavor, self fertile, ripens in June.
Plum Weeping Santa Rosa
Plum Southern Belle
Pomegranate Angel Red early producer, red fruit, softer seeds
Pomegranate Ambrosia Medium to large, pale pink skin, purple sweet-tart juice, similar to Wonderful
Pomegranate Austin large fruit, very juicy, 150 chill hours, ripens late season
Pomegranate Desertnyi  
Pomegranate Eversweet Very sweet, virtually seedless fruit, red skin, clear (non- staining) juice. Harvest late summer
Pomegranate Garnet Sash  
Pomegranate Kashmir  
Pomegranate Mardi Gras  
Pomegranate Parfianka bright red with small seeds
Pomegranate Pink Satin  
Pomegranate Red Silk Semi-dwarf, large firm edible seeds with a sweet berry flavor. Large crops ripen in October.
Pomegranate Sharp Velvet  
Pomegranate Sweet Large pink fruit with light pink flesh; very sweet and juicy when ripe. Sweeter fruit than Wonderful
Pomegranate Wonderful Large purple red fruit, bright orange blossoms. Ornamental foliage, has great fall color. Delicious and tangy Grenadine flavor, likes hot humid climates. 150 hours chilling time, self fruitful, outstanding tree in every aspect!
Quince Cookes Jumbo Self fertile, yellow-green with white flesh, very large fruit for cooking, pie fillings, jelly.
Walnut Carpathian  
Walnut English Thomas Large hard nut, hard shell, long lived variety, good yard tree.
Walnut Pedro
Walnut Placentia

Taste Test for peaches in our fruit tree selection.

Starting from the best tasting

  • Tropic Snow, outstanding tangy sweet flavor #1
  • Florida Prince, sweet and juicy, large
  • Mid Pride, outstanding flavor
  • Red Baron, sweet and juicy rich flavor
  • La Feliciana, large rich and juicy
  • John Fanick, desert quality
  • Texas Star, large rich sweet flavor
  • Sam Houston, smaller but sweet, firm fruit
  • Florida King, large fruit not very juicy, a little dry

    Also Arctic Fantasy Nectarine, small but extremely juicy, sweet and tasty

* Not available for tasting: Saturn Peach, Eva's Pride Peach

Peach - Tropic Snow

This is a peach tree at our friend's house.

This peach is Tropic Snow.
It's a demonstration on how good the peaches bore in 2010 due to the cold winter weather of 2009-2010.

It's unusual to see any peaches load up with fruit like all of these did, in this area!