Fruit Planting Advice

 

Fruit Trees, Shrubs and Vines Suited to the Greater Houston Area

Fruit Tree Survival Guide: How to select and plant your fruit tree.

Allspice (pdf) >

Apples (pdf) >

Avocado (pdf)

Barbados Cherry (edible) (pdf) >

Blackberries (pdf) >

Blueberries (pdf) >

Buddha's Hand Citron (pdf) >

Cherry of the Rio Grande (pdf) >

Dragonfruit (pdf) >

Figs (pdf) >

Goji Berries (pdf)

Grapefruit and Pummelos (pdf) >

Grapes, Bunch (pdf) >

Grapes, Muscadine (pdf) >

Guavas (pdf) >

Jaboticaba (pdf) >

Jujube (pdf) >

June Plum (pdf) >

Kumquats (pdf) >

Sour Citrus: Lemons, Limes, Calamondin, and Limequats (pdf) >

Longan (pdf)

Lychees (pdf)

Mangos (pdf)

Mulberries (pdf)

Nectarines (pdf)

Nectarine-Plum Hybrids (pdf)

Olives (pdf)

Oranges, Blood Oranges, Ujukitsu (pdf)

Papaya (pdf)

Peaches (pdf)

Pears, European & Asian (pdf)

Pecans (pdf)

Persimmon (pdf) >

Pitaya (pdf)

Plums (pdf)

Pomegranates (pdf)

Starfruit (pdf)

Sugar Apple (pdf)

Tangerines, Mandarins, Satsumas, Tangelos (pdf) >

Wax Jambu (pdf)

 

Fruit-related Articles

Carnavale, A New Apple for Southeast Texas

Citrus is Deeeā€¦licious!

Figs Are a Summer Treat

Fruits To Plant This Winter

Planting the Fruit Tree

The Basics of Taking Care of A Young Fruit Tree

Winter Is The Time To Plant Blackberries

Muscadine and Bunch Grapes for Houston

Gardening with Easy Care Fruits

Bring Fruit in By the Buschel with These Varieties

Peaches and Plums are Summer Favorites

Many Tropical Fruits Are Hardy Enough For Houston

Pruning Fruit Trees Requires Skills, Vision

Don't Sweat the Idea of Summer-fruit Gardening

 

 

 

 

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