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message 1: by Lise (new)

Lise  (goodreadscomlpn) | 14 comments I would like to plant a dwarf fruit tree in my front yard. Any suggestions for a high yield / low effort variety? I've got a lovely fig tree, and really want to try the 'Chicago Hardy' fig, but my husband would prefer something different. We are in the Mid-Atlantic area of the US, Zone 6b. Thanks in advance for your helpful suggestions!


message 2: by Bloomin’Chick (Jo) aka The Eclectic Spoonie (last edited Sep 12, 2012 06:15AM) (new)

Bloomin’Chick (Jo) aka The Eclectic Spoonie (bloominchick) I googled "fruit trees hardy to zone 6b" and there are quite a few results! https://www.google.com/search?q=fruit... googling "dwarf fruit trees hardy to zone 6b" garnered slightly different results: https://www.google.com/search?q=fruit...

Our northern home is Zone6a (we're zone 7b here on the coast) and there are 4 fruit trees along side, 3 peach & 1 pear, but they're not dwarf varieties.


message 3: by Lise (new)

Lise  (goodreadscomlpn) | 14 comments This is a good list - thank you!

Jo wrote: "I googled "fruit trees hardy to zone 6b" and there are quite a few results! https://www.google.com/search?q=fruit......"


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