All the fruits is sweet?
How long until it bears fruit?
If well established and cared for, within 2-3 years
Will the any of the fruit cocktail trees grow in zone 10a
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Hello what are the 4 varieties of Fruit Cocktail trees can you order and how do you pick the one you want?
Frost Peach, Puget Gold Apricot, Hardired Nectarine, Sweetheart Cherry, Italian Prune and/or Lapins Cherry are available in various combonations of 4. Please Note: We cannot guarantee specific variety requests for combo trees due to the numerous factors that can affect successful grafting. If you desire a specific varietal, we recommend purchasing it as a single-graft tree from our collection.
What zones can they survive and thrive?
As listed on the product page they do well in USDA Zones 5-9. Howver that's enough information to tell you if they will thrive or even survive your climate. Please contact our horticulturist and let us know more about your area.
What cross polinators are required for this?
For the most part none! All, but one, of these varieties are considered self fertile and will bear fruit without further cross pollination. Rainer cherries, however, will require another sweet cherry for pollination.
How big is it when it ships
It says semi-dwarf 4-5 feet at the top but in the Q&A it says it is 14 feet high and spread. What is the actual height and spread? Also, I’m in Port Townsend near North Beach. Well it do well here?
4-5 feet is the height when shipped. 14 feet is the average mature height. It should grow fine in your area if given proper care.
What kind of soil, mulch and compost is the best to plant this tree in? Should I add a certain kind when planting?
Check out our tree planting video on YouTube for a step-by-step on how to plant a fruit tree (including this one)!
Will this cocktail tree do well in Portland, Oregon? My apricot has not done well here and the winters are not as cold as they used to be.
The tree itself should do fine, but summer growing and ripening conditions will determine how well the apricot bears.
Do all fruits really grow from the same tree? It may sound crazy but if so I've never heard if this.
They do because of a special interstem that is compatible with all of the buds.
Can this be kept in a pot on the patio?
In a half wine barrel probably yes, but not forever.
What is the spread of the tree? 14 ft hight by what width?
14' tall by roughly 14' wide.