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Don't forget Stark Bros. nurseries, which also provides combo apple, pear, cherry, plum, and asian pear trees. I've got 4 combo trees in my miniscule backyard and 2 more coming this spring, so if I can do it, anyone can. I also have lemon, orange, tangerine, grapefruit and pomegranate trees in my house. They come out in the summer. It's only been a couple of years, but I'm hoping that soon I'll be harvesting my own fruit.
Thanks for the great article!
what a wonderful article. I will give serious consideration to a multi plum tree. I have the space but I don't want a fruit tree grove, so a multi is a wonderful option, if I can find one with low chill requirements.
i am really hoping to find multi grafted cirtus trees i live in ca
the only one that i have found is growquest but there is a tone of bad reviews
does any one no of a nursery, i have other multi grafted fuit trees and would love cirtus
or sub tropical or nut versions versions :)