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 Fruit Trees That Will Grow in North West Kansas?

Answer Almost all of Northwest Kansas lies in USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 5b. That means that winter temperatures can drop to around -15 degrees F. Some subtropical and exotic fruits won't tolerate low temp... Read More »
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Fruit Trees for North Florida?

The chance of spring frost keeps many northern Florida gardeners and landscapers hesitant about growing fruit trees. If you live in northern Florida, you may not be able to grow stone fruits such a... Read More »
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The Best Fruit Trees for Foothills, North Carolina?

Although your neighbors may be growing Christmas trees, fruit trees can do well in the foothills region of North Carolina. Counterparts in the eastern part of the state have a larger variety from w... Read More »
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Will choctaw pecan trees grow in kansas?

Choctaw pecan trees are hardy in USDA zones 7 through 10. Most of Kansas is zone 6, which would have low temperatures that are too cold for the tree survive the winter. However, there are isolated ... Read More »
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How do i grow fruit trees?

Location And PreparationPlant the tree in sandy, loamy soil that has good drainage. Locate the tree in direct sunlight most of the day, and in a spot that will accommodate the tree's full-grown siz... Read More »
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