I don't have any native fruit trees. Supertad. A popular dwarf apple tree is the Cameron Select brand of the Honeycrisp. It got me thinking- why don't I have any fruit trees in my Pensacola … Texas Hill Country I have Agarita, (Mahonia trifoliolata) and Prickly Pear Cactus. 3. I ran across this fabulous fruit tree at one of our Pensacola Rental Homes with over 100 ripe lemons! This means you should... avoid planting trees that are recommended for colder zones, like 3-6, if you live down south, like Florida, where it's warm year-round. If the answer is yes, what varieties would be best? For future reference: Mr. Smarty Plants wishes you many fruitful years to come! Thanks. Some years we lose fruit set due to late frosts, early blooming, but not often. Which Fruit Trees Grow Best in Zone 8? Discussion Starter • #1 • Feb 21, 2012. Zone 8 is a mild climate and, as such, is very conducive to growing a number of fruits. Make good choices regarding the fruit trees you plant — and be sure the recommended fruit tree hardiness zones for each variety include your zone! This will be my first bee season and was wondering if there was one type of fruit tree over another. I would like to brine/preserve them for our family’s enjoyment. It matures at 8 to 10 feet tall. Growing Fruit in Pensacola, FL Zone 8b Posted by nicole on January 10, 2014 Get link; Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Email; Other Apps; Growing Fruit in your Pensacola area Yard~ Skip the farmers market and grow your own. This one grows in USDA plant hardiness zones 3 to 6. Zone 8 is primarily in the southern and western United states. BeeSource.com Advertisements 02-21-2012, 05:58 PM #2. :) We have fruit trees in zone 4a and they come through the winter without any issues. 2. View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Join Date Oct 2011 Location Madison County, Alabama, … Apple trees (Malus pumila), depending on the variety, range in hardiness from zones 3 to 9, while sweet and sour cherry trees (Prunus avium) and (Prunus cerasus) are hardy in zones … I am Zone 8b, very dry, usually in a drought. I can't imagine people in Georgia even own coats. This dwarf bears bright red fruit that is sweet, crispy, and juicy. Rubus trivialis (southern dewberry) Prunus rivularis (creek plum) Prunus mexicana (Mexican plum) I live in zone 8b and was really considering some type of peach trees. By: Ma Wen Jie 21 September, 2017. pommes variÃ©tÃ© royal gala image by Hubert IsselÃ©e from Fotolia.com. Im planning on planting some fruit trees on my farm this spring mainly for my bees. If the answer is no, what would be a recommended fruit tree? I am in Kirkland, soil is rocky, area would be NW facing and gets sun all day along a warm fence line. Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. Can olive trees grow in Zone 8b? Apple trees are among the hardiest of fruit trees, and some kinds are disease-resistant. 11 Posts . Low temperatures in this zone are usually between 10 and 20 degrees F. In mountainous … I am responding with no useful information but because the title "fruit trees surviving in zone 8b Georgia" made me smile more than is reasonable. This will be my first bee season and was wondering if there was one type of fruit tree over another.