Fruit Trees in Texas?

Answer The Texas climate supports a variety of fruit trees ranging from more traditional types such as apples to less common fruits including persimmons. Choose fruit trees which are best suited to your ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Fruit Trees in Texas

Can I use pigs to clean up around my dwarf fruit trees Will they hurt the trees while eating the fruit?

I just read a report for a MASTER GARDENER in Texas who tried pigs the way you are asking. It was a disaster. The pigs went after the lower fruit still on the trees and actually broke off many lo... Read More »

Can I use other fruit trees to cross polinate between different fruit trees?

I know what you are asking and the answer would be no. However, you could possible graft another fruit to the cherry tree to come up with 2 different fruits on one tree. You can experiment, however... Read More »

Will sugar around my fruit trees make the fruit sweeter?

Putting sugar around the base of growing fruit trees will not result in sweeter tasting fruit. The only way to increase the sugar production in fruit trees is to ensure that the trees get plenty of... Read More »

I planted 2 avocado trees 8 years ago & all I get is small bitter fruit. How long B 4 I get some good fruit?

MASTER GARDENER TO THE RESCUE.Let me guess, you planted them yourself from the pits of avocados you ate? Right? What you have are some very nice looking, fast growing avocado trees. but you have... Read More »