Does a list exist on the internet that can tell all of us when a new tree will fruit.
i.e. Three year old Jonagold apple planted spring 2014 you can expect your first fruit in _____ years. Even though it might not be totally accurate (weather, zone, etc. differentials), a nice hint or 'ball-park' number is better than -0- knowledge about fruit bearing age trees. I would have definitely chosen two different apple trees in my current collection; they did not blossom for their first six years in the ground and then each tree only had one apple each. Best apples I ever ate, due to the excitement of growing them! But there are far more precocious trees out there.
I would love to find a list that just might exist that applies to pome fruit and stone fruit. It is always surprising that fruit descriptions never include 'setting fruit' times. If not, it would a powerful list to compile given all of your (this forum's collective) experience. Mrs. G