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Growing fruit trees successfully depends on selecting the best cultivar or variety for your area, and the experts at Aaron's farm can advise you on which fruit tree will grow best in your State.  Basically fruit trees are divided into two basic categories, the first group of fruits is called, “Pome” which means those fruits such as: apples, pears, mayhaws and crabapple.  That other very important fruit type is called, “stone fruits”, and that includes fruit developing a pit inside, like peach, plum, apricot, and cherry,  that are extremely important in the commercial grocery store trade.
Apple Trees Apricot Trees Banana Trees Cherry Trees Crabapple Trees Fig Trees

Guava Trees Jujube Trees Loquat Trees Mayhaw Trees Medlar Trees Mulberry Trees
 

 

Nectarine Trees Olive Trees Paw Paw Trees Peach Trees Pear Trees Persimmon Trees

 

Plum Trees Pomegranate Trees Quince Trees

Goliath Pomegranate Trees
Japanese, Giant Fuyu Persimmon Tree
Texas Star Banana Trees
The Goliath Pomegranate trees grow up to 8 feet tall, and the unbelievable, huge sizes of the pomegranates are heavy enough to droop the branches downward that makes picking the fruits easy. The Goliath pomegranates grow bigger than a large grapefruit and are shiny red in color with a sweet juicy flavor. The giant Fuyu Japanese Persimmon trees grow large fruits, the size and shape of large, orange-colored tomatoes. This delicious persimmon is sweet and crispy to eat, even in the green stage, before becoming completely ripe. This rare Texas banana tree discovery grows 8 to 10 feet tall and produces large clusters of delicious bananas that have been found to survive below zero degrees F. in Wichita Falls, Texas in 1983 freezes, that grew back the following spring and produced bananas.