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American Chestnut Tree Dunstan

Growzone: 5-9

$46.95

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Meyer Lemon Tree

Growzone: 8-11

$36.95

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Key Lime Tree

Growzone: 9-11

$36.95

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Avocado Monroe Tree

Growzone: 9-11

$82.95

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Honeycrisp Apple Tree

Growzone: 3-8

$99.95

Fruit Trees & Nut Trees for Sale at Garden Goods Direct

An edible landscape is both beautiful and rewarding for any home. With stunning blooms, lush foliage and a bountiful harvest, fruit and nut trees are a worthwhile investment for your landscape and can be arranged to complement any decorative plants. Create an outdoor space you can share with friends and neighbors — both aesthetically and in the form of tasty treats.

There are hundreds of fruit and nut tree varieties available to you, each with their own optimal growing needs. With so many options, it can be difficult to find the best fit for your garden. Garden Goods Direct provides a host of edible plants so you can shop for fruit and nut trees online. Not only that, but we give you the knowledge you need to choose the best plants for your garden.

What Types of Fruit Trees and Nut Trees Are There?

Many plants produce fruits and nuts of some kind, though only a fraction is edible for humans. Most people grow edible plants in their gardens for both aesthetic and production purposes. Edible plants come in a variety of shapes and sizes. If you’re looking for a tree that’s both bountiful and beautiful, a fruit or nut tree may be the best choice for you. Once these trees are mature, they can start producing crops of fruits and nuts, while also providing shade and beautiful foliage throughout the rest of the growing season. Many of our customers buy fruit and nut trees online — such as chestnut, apple and pear trees — for this purpose. If you’re looking for something a little more petite, small fruit trees are also available, like the urban apple.

Types include:

  • Honeycrisp Apple
  • Meyer Lemon
  • Key Lime
  • Navel Orange
  • American Chestnut

Why Should You Plant an Edible Plant on Your Property?

Edible landscaping is a rewarding practice, allowing you to create both an aesthetically pleasing and practical garden. Edible plants are just as beautiful as decorative ones and can be treated similarly when planning your landscape.

Edible plants can also help improve the health of your landscape and the surrounding area. Fruiting trees and nut trees tend to be excellent plants for pollinators, supporting your local ecosystem. Additionally, fallen pears and apples can help fertilize your lawn and support the overall health of your soil. On top of it all, you’ll enjoy the reduced grocery bill during harvest time and the gratefulness of friends and neighbors who you share your homegrown produce with.

How Can You Find the Right Edible Plant for Your Home?

One of the most important factors when choosing edible plants for your home is selecting a good match for your area. Some plants grow poorly in certain climates, so it’s essential to purchase plants that are compatible with your local area.

If you aren’t familiar with growing edible plants, it’s also a good idea to start small. A single fruit or nut tree can produce a significant bounty once they reach maturity, which often takes a few years. If you’re unfamiliar with edible plants, starting with a smaller like an urban apple tree is a good acclimation.

Once you have these things in mind, you can go about choosing the edible plant suitable for you. If you have any questions about the best edible plant for your garden or yard, please contact Garden Goods Direct to get advice from our team of nursery experts.

How Do You Care for Your Edible Plants?

As we mentioned, it’s important to only choose edible plants that are suitable for your local climate. Fruit trees and nut trees tend to prefer sunny areas with healthy, well-drained soil. It’s a good idea to prepare your soil before planting an edible plant, mixing in fertilizer or compost to keep nitrogen content high and adding nutrients as needed each year.

Be aware that pests and diseases can interfere with your harvest, so pesticides may be necessary. It’s a good idea to stay up-to-date on local pest and diseases in your area, especially ones that pertain to your plants.

If your fruit or nut tree doesn’t start producing immediately, don’t worry! Fruit trees and shrubs will take anywhere from three to five years to start looking mature. Be sure to prune them appropriately to promote proper growth.

If you have any questions about the proper care and keeping of your edible plant, feel free to contact one of our nursery experts at Garden Goods Direct. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about your plant.

Contact Garden Goods Direct Today to Buy Edible Plants

If you’re looking to add an edible fruit or nut tree to your landscape, you can trust Garden Goods Direct to be your partner in planting. As America’s number one online garden center, we know everything there is to know about our plants, and offer an easy online ordering solution so you can quickly buy fruit trees and nut trees online. Even better, Woodie personally inspects each one of our plants and gives it his Seal of Approval — so you know you’re getting the very best.

Order a fruit tree or nut tree from Garden Goods Direct today and we’ll deliver directly to your door!