Deciduous Fruits

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Deciduous Fruits You Can Grow in the Desert

Your local SummerWinds Nursery has a variety of deciduous fruits (many of which are stone fruits) available seasonally, including:

  • Apple – Anna, Dorsett Golden, Ein Shemer, Fuji, Gala, Ghost, and Pink Lady
  • Apricot – Blenheim (Royal), Gold Kist, Katy, Pixie, and Tropic Gold
  • Aprium – Flavor Delight
  • Fig  Black Jack, Black Mission, Brown Turkey (improved), Flanders, Panache Tiger, Peter's Honey, Violette de Bordeaux, and White Genoa
  • Grape - Autumn Royal, Black Monukka, Canadice (seedless), Crimson (seedless), Flame (seedless), Flame Vineyard Graft, and Thompson (seedless)
  • Jujube – Lang, Li, and Sugar Cane
  • Morus – Illinois Everbearing, and Persian
  • Nectaplum –Spice Zee
  • Nectarine – Double Delight, and Nectar Babe
  • Peach – August Price, Babcock White, Bonanza, Bonita, Donut, Eva's Pride, Honey Babe, May Pride, Mid-Pride, Red Baron, Sauzee Swirl White, and Tropic Snow
  • Pear Asian, Flordahome, and Hood
  • Persimmon – Fuyu - Jiro, Giant Fuyu, Hachiya, and Izu
  • Plums – Beauty, Burgundy, Santa Rosa, Satsuma, and Weeping Santa Rosa
  • Pluots – Flavor Grande, and Flavor King
  • Pomegranate – Ariana, Eversweet, Parfianka, and Wonderful

Many of the above varieties are available in semi-dwarf sizes. Learn more about the difference between semi-dwarf and standard trees. Selection varies by location. 

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Learn about the tools and products we offer to help you grow and care for your deciduous fruit trees—and ensure their success!

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