When do pecan trees bear fruit?

Answer Depending on the cultivar and the geographic location, pecan trees bear fruit from early to late fall (mid-September to mid-December). Some cultivars begin producing as early as 6 years of age, whi... Read More »

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When do citrus trees bear fruit?

Lemon, lime, kumquat and calamondin trees will bear fruit throughout the year. Other citrus trees such as oranges, grapefruits and tangerines will ripen in the fall, as Texas A&M University advises... Read More »

When do cherry trees bear fruit?

According to Washington State University, sour cherry trees will begin to bear fruit after three to five years. Sweet cherry trees will bear fruit around five to seven years after planting. There a... 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 »

When do tupelo trees bear fruit?

Tupelo trees fruit in the late summer and become ripe in September. The fruit of the tree is oblong in shape and about 1 inch long. The fruit is a deep purple color when ripe.References:The Jump: T... Read More »