What type of fruits grow on trees?

Answer oranges, lime, grapefruit, pears, peaches, dates, figs, nectarines, lemon, apples, pomegranate, are just some of the fruits on trees.

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Do citrus fruits grow on trees?

Oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, lemons and limes grow on trees, which are evergreens. Because most citrus trees do not grow well on their root systems, they are usually grafted or budded onto othe... Read More »

Is it legal to have a neighbours plants/trees grow into my own garden and have their fruits fall on my lawn?

In the UK, you have a legal right to cut back anything that overhangs into your boundary, but you must place anything that you do cut back into their garden. Any fruits etc that land in your garden... Read More »

What type of citrus trees grow well in Zone 9?

I believe and am hoping the Red Naval grows OK in Zone 9. Also certain lemon tress and Satsuma tangerine is said to grow in Zone 9. I have the same problem and am experimenting and planting with cr... Read More »

Can apple trees only grow one type of fruit?

Fruit trees can bear as many as seven kinds of fruit through the ancient technique of grafting, say the California Rare Fruit Growers, but they have to be in the same family. An apple tree can be g... Read More »