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Fruit trees can be planted at any time of the year,

as long as it does not freeze and it is not too hot.

Most varieties of fruit trees require cross-pollination

to produce fruit. However, to save space

while obtaining fruit, choose self-fertile fruit trees.

Some trees start to bear fruit in the first year, while

most trees start to bear fruit after 2 to 4 years.

We also offer a selection of trees with

several varieties on the same tree.

Some trees start to bear fruit in the first year, while most trees start to bear fruit after 2 to 4 years.

Tender fruit trees, such as citrus fruits

(lemon trees, orange trees, etc.) can be planted in

pots and brought inside to protect them

from the winter cold.

When you have tasted this first (long-awaited) fruit picked from your fruit tree, perfectly ripe and delicately delicious, you will see that the wait has been worth it. Feel free to choose your fruit trees from our wide selection for a perfect addition to your fruit garden.