Nothing compares to the taste of fresh fruit or the experience of picking fruit from your own backyard. With a wide range of fruits and ripening seasons availalble, one can enjoy the harvest summer through fall.
Dwarf fruit trees are suitable for small spaces and the fruits are easily harvested. While self-fertile varieties such as sour cherries and peaches fruit sufficiently for the home gardener, other varieties such as apples, sweet cherries and pears may require cross-pollination.
In addition to the beauty dwarf fruit trees lend to your landscape, most varieties produce fruit 2-3 years after planting. Spring flowers produce attractive, flavorful fruits to be enjoyed for fresh fruit, canning, freezing, homemade preserves and pies.