When Do New Trees Bear Fruit?

New fruit trees will usually bear fruit anywhere from three to five years after planting. The actual time will vary by the type of tree you have. Dwarf trees, which are those less than 6 feet tall, will usually bear fruit sooner than standard varieties.

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