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Fruit trees in the lower desert?

Posted by pati_olson Arizona zone 9B (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 11, 14 at 15:00

I just watched a video on planting 3 fruit trees in the same hole. (Dave Wilson Nurseries). Was wanting to try that but what fruit trees grow well in Bullhead City, AZ?

Anyone ever try this here?

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RE: Fruit trees in the lower desert?
Island Palms Nursery
6300 West Supai Drive
Golden Valley, AZ 86413
928.279.0648 - Marcie
928.279-0178 - Mike

Desert Sage Nursery
1855 Morrow Avenue
Kingman, AZ 86409

Fruit Trees
Apples, Apricot, Cherry, Figs, Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Persimmons, Plums, Pomegranates

Nut Trees
Almonds, Pecans, Pistachios, & Walnuts

RE: Fruit trees in the lower desert?

Here is a link that might be useful: Fruit Trees in Mohave County

RE: Fruit trees in the lower desert?

Last Saturday I bought two Dave Wilson peach trees after taking a very informative class about growing citrus and fruit trees in the Phoenix area through Urban Farm. The sale is also this Saturday. From the Facebook page:

8 am-3 pm on Saturday- Last Purchase Day for FRUIT TREES, BERRIES and GRAPES for this Season! Our Warehouse is located at: 4549 N 7th street, Phoenix click here for a map---->
Apples, Cherries, Peaches and Grapes Oh My!

This Saturday 1/25 from 8-3pm, our LAST Fruit Tree, Berry & Grape Purchase Day! (Citrus is in February)
Here is a list of what is available:
Apples - Anna
Apricots - Katy & Goldkist
Peaches - Bonanza, Desert Gold, May Pride, Mid Pride, Red Baron, Saturn and Tropic Snow
Plums - Beauty, Santa Rosa, Burgundy
Cherries - Minnie Royal/Royal Lee Bundle
Pomegranates - Eversweet, Parfianca, Wonderful
Berries - Strawberries, Triple Crown & Tropical Blackberry & Thorn-less Boysenberry
Grapes - Concord Seeded, Crimson, Flame and Thompson Seedless
Loquats - Big Jim in two sizes
Surinam Bush Cherries
Guavas - Barbie Pink, Indian Red, Mexican Cream and Hawaiian White

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