At what age do pomegranate trees bear fruit?

Answer According to Purdue University's New Crop Resource online program, a pomegranate tree may begin to bear fruit as soon as one year after planting, but two and a half to three years is a more common ... Read More »

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What time of year do lemon trees bear fruit?

The time a lemon tree bears fruit depends on the type of cultivar and where it grows. According to Purdue University, Femminello Ovale is the most common cultivar found in Italy, which can bear fru... Read More »

Do all mulberry trees bear fruit?

Mulberry trees that grow in the United States have their male and female flowers on separate trees, meaning that not all mulberries bear fruit. The female trees of the chief species in the country,... Read More »

How do you make fig trees bear fruit?

Fruiting figsYou can maximize the likelihood of a fig producing fruit by ensuring the fig has a pollinator if it is one of the Smyrna or San Pedro varieties. Also, if you fertilize a fig too much ... Read More »

When do apricot trees bear fruit?

The fruiting time is different for each variety. The majority of apricots fruit in the first part of summer, earlier than most stone fruit. Some very early varieties will fruit in late spring, and ... Read More »