Can apricot trees grow in Florida?

Answer The Arbor Day Foundation recognizes two varieties of apricot tree: the Moorpark Apricot and the Early Golden Apricot. Neither of these varieties can survive south of Georgia because of the high tem... Read More »

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Will apricot and plum trees grow in the Midwest?

Answer depends on the weather and variety of plum and apricot. mostly they need a rather cold winter requiring 300-600 cold hours to wake up properly, a mature tree will need about 10-12 liters of ... Read More »

Can cherry trees grow in florida?

The United States Department of Agriculture divides North America into 10 plant hardiness zones. North Florida falls into Zone 9, with South Florida in Zone 10. According to the Arbor Day Foundatio... Read More »

How to Grow Pine Trees in Florida?

Florida may not be the first state that comes to mind when thinking of pine trees, but the state actually boasts seven native pine species that include the sand, shortleaf, slash, spruce, longleaf,... Read More »

How to Grow Avocado Trees in Florida?

Three types of avocado trees exist: The West Indian, which grows from February to September; the Guatemalan, from March to January; and the Mexican, which begins to bloom in January and ends fruit ... Read More »