Glossy leaves, fragrant flowers and beautiful fruit - this classic Patio Tree Selection has it all! No garden is complete without the classic lemon tree on the patio. There, its non-stop flowers and fruit are always on display and in easy reach of the cook. And the neighbors love it when you share the extras.‘Eureka’ is ever-bearing - the fruit ripens in about 6-9 months on average.
Beautiful glossy green foliage and fragrant flowers make this attractive tree a favorite, but it’s the sweet, juicy and seedless fruit that no one can resist. It's perfect on a sunny patio or deck. The legendary fragrance of its blossoms will brighten many a winter day. A truly thoughtful gift that grows more beautiful year after year.
The essence of what a gift tree should be - beauty, romance and grace. The white birch is a gorgeous medium size shade tree and will grow to 30-40 feet tall at maturity. Its striking white bark, weeping side branches and delicate foliage command attention and make it a good choice as a focal point. An elegant choice as a special anniversary gift, birthday gift or memorial.
Looking for something different? Here it is - the truly fabulous White Genoa fig. Pale green skin over rosy pink flesh and a sweet figgy flavor that can't be beat! This is the tree of mythology, the classics and the artful paintings of the Old Masters. Imagine nearly three months of fresh, flavorful fruit - from mid August until early November. Your giftees will love it!
With flowers as spectacular as these, the sweet, richly flavored fruit seems like an unexpected bonus. Dark red skin with yellow flesh, it truly deserves its reputation as a fabulous “Edible Ornamental.” Double Delight is a freestone yellow nectarine that is ready to pick by mid-July. A delicious way to celebrate a very special occasion.
For summer gifts, here's an excellent tree. Heavy bearing Panamint is a medium size fruit with bright red skin and yellow flesh, so sweet and juicy! It’s the nectarine of choice for coastal gardeners and a long-time favorite of San Diego’s own great garden writer, Pat Welsh. No higher praise than that! Harvest in early-to-mid July.
When that first autumn chill is in the air, it's apple-picking time! Fuji's flavor is simply excellent – firm, crunchy, juicy, sweet. What more could you want? Fuji likes heat and is a great choice for inland climate zones. Enjoy the beautiful flower display in spring, then harvest in mid-September. An unforgettable gift for autumn-born babies of any age.