2018 Fruit Tree List2018-09-12T11:56:55+00:00

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Apples Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Granny Smith 400-600 Yes Late September – Early October Bright green apple with pink blush.  Excellent for eating, cooking, and sauce.  High juice content and stores very well.
Mollies Red Delicious 400 Yes Late August – Early September Firm, sweet, juicy, light yellow flesh of excellent quality.  Well-adapted to mild minter areas.
Gala 500 Partial Self-Pollinizer Late July – Early August Top-quality, crisp, sweet apple.  Gold skin with red blush.  Will take summer heat.  Plant more than one for better production.
Fuji 350-400 Yes Early to Late September Dense, sweet flesh, crisp with long shelf life. Medium reddish-green skin.  Will take summer heat.
Nectarines Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Panamint 250 Self-fertile Late July – Early August A red-skinned yellow freestone fruit with good flavor and sweetness. Low chill, and will produce in warm winter climates.
Plums Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Bruce 450 Yes Early June Large red skinned fruit with yellow-orange flesh. Like other Japanese plum varieties, it is best to leave on tree until ripe.
Methley 250 Self-fertile Late May – Early June Small to medium size with a mottled purple peel and juicy red flesh with sweet flavor. One of the best to use as a pollinizer.
Santa Rosa 400 Self-fertile Late June Large, oval fruit with purplish-red skin.  Firm flesh, yellow to dark red near skin.  Rich, pleasing, tart flavor.
Morris 650 Yes Early June Mediums-sized red to purple plum with red flesh. Good for eating, canning and preserves. Tx. A & M introduction.
Pomegranate Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Wonderful 150-200 no October Extra large fruit with blush red skin. Flesh red,juicy with sharp flavor. Most well-known of the Pomegranates.
Austin 150-200 no October Large friut with pink skin, high juice content. Sweet with hint of tart.
Pears Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Moonglow 500 yes August Large fruit with brownish-green skin. Resembles Bartlett in shape. Soft flesh, moderately juicy and nearly free of grit cells. Very resistant to fireblight.
Kieffer 400 yes October-November Large fruit with greenish-yellow skin blushed red. Coarse,crisp and juicy white flesh with mild pear flavor. Stores well. Good resistance to fireblight.
Peaches Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Early Elberta 750 Self-fertile Early July Large fruit with golden-yellow skin blushed red. Sweet yellow flesh. Freestone. Good all=around peach.
Harvester 750 Self-fertile Late June Freestone. Medium to large. Resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Acidic, good quality peach with sweet yellow flesh.
June Gold 450 Self-fertile Late May – Early June Clingstone to semi-freestone. Fruit is large with yellow flesh and good flavor.
Loring 800 Self-fertile Mid-July Large, yellow skin and flesh with red blush. Flesh yellow, firm, melting, an extremely good flavor. Resistant to bacteriosis.
Redskin 750 Self-fertile Early August Skin is deep red over yellow wiath yellow flesh. Large freestone fruit, resistant to bacteriosis. Excellent for eating, shipping and canning.
La Feliciana 400-500 Self-fertile Late June – Early July Freestone. Medium to large peach. Dark red blush on skin. Frim flesh with great texture and flavor. Yellow flesh with red specks.
Figs Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Black Italian N/A Self-fertile Early Summer and again in Late Summer Large 25′ tree with red pulped, black-skinned fruit. Two crops each year. First on old wood, second crop on new wood.
Brown Turkey N/A Self-fertile August through frost Medium to large fruit with purple brown skin. Sweet strawberry colored flesh. Best eaten fresh.
Celeste N/A Self-fertile August through frost Small to medium fruit with purple brown skin. Flesh white with rose center. Firm, juicy, and very sweet. Most frost resistant variety.
Little Miss Figgy N/A Self-fertile Late summer 4-6′ x 3-4′ dwarf form. Great in containers with dark purple fruits.
Blackberries Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Arapaho N/A Self-fertile Mid-June Thornless variety. Disease resistant with a long shelf life. Fast grower. Sweet flavor.
Apache N/A Self-fertile Mid-June Thornless with very upright canes. Very large fruit. Excellent flavor.
Brazos N/A Self-fertile Mid-late May More acidic and better for canning than fresh eating. Heavy producer of large berries developed at TX A&M. Has thorns.
Natchez N/A Self-fertile Mid-June Thornless variety, large berries that store well. Semi-upright.
Blueberries Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Brightwell 350-400 yes/no early June-early July Self-fruitful but pollinizer recommended for better yields.  (Austin is pollinizer.) Medium-sized fruit, mid to late season Rabbiteye cultivar, can reach 6′-10′.
Austin 500-550 yes June Productive plant with medium-large fruit which is less firm than some. (Brightwell is recommended pollinizer.)
Powder Blue 550-650 yes late June-late July Medium sized, light blue fruit with good production. (Use Brightwell as pollinizer.)
Tiffblue 600-650 yes/n0 late June-late July Self-fruitful but pollinizer recommended for better yields.  (Brightwell is pollinizer.) Small-medium-sized berries are tart if not fully ripe.
Grapes Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description
Black Spanish N/A no August-September Small blackish blue, heavy producer, good for jellies
Blanc du Bois N/A no July Popular for making white table wine, jelly, or juice. Hints of citrus flavor. Disease resistant.
Champanel N/A no Early July Large, vigorous red grape with high heat tolerance. Tolerant of akaline soils. Great for jelly.

Average Years to Fruit from Grafted Fruit Trees

Fruit Tree Years to Fruit

Peach     2 – 4 years

Pear       4 – 6 years

Plum      3 – 6 years

Apricot  2 – 5 years

Apple     3 – 4 years

Persimmon  3 – 4 years