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The Jujube tree is an obscure Oriental fruit tree that originated in China, and the fruit, about the size of a large plum, is very sweet and contains so much natural sugar, that it is often dried to be eaten later during the winter.  A Jujube tree is very productive and can begin bearing crops the first year that it has been grafted, and the crops become very large as the tree ages.  In China the jujube fruit is most often dried to be eaten later during the winter  or spring.  You can grow this rare tree in your garden; just call Aaron's farm jujube tree nursery for the best planting information and pollination requirements.

Lang Jujube Tree Li Jujube Tree
Lang Jujube Tree Li Jujube Tree
USDA Zones 5-10 USDA Zones 5-10
Lang Jujube
Li Jujube Tree

Another great cold hardy tree that can survive with minimal chill hours would have to be the Jujube Tree. From USDA Zones 5-10 you can find these beautiful trees growing and producing gallons and gallons of the small fruit also known as the red date. Freshly picked from the trees and dried the Jujube makes for a great snack.