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What is the Fastest Growing Fruit Tree?

The fastest growing fruit trees are dwarf citrus trees. Dwarf fruit trees mature very quickly and generally produce fruit within a few seasons.

Fastest Growing Fruit Tree?

Some apple trees grow more than two feet a season, such as the "Golden Delicious," (Malus x domestica "Golden Delicious"), "Red Delicious," (Malus x domestica "Red Delicious") and Early Harvest (Malus x domestica "Early Harvest"). The "Belle of Georgia" (Prunus persica "Belle of Georgia"), "Elberta" (Prunus persica "Elberta"), "Golden Jubilee" (Prunus persica "Golden Jubilee") and "Hale-Haven" (Prunus persica "Hale-Haven") peach trees grow at least 2 feet a season. Two varieties of apricot trees grow quickly, the "Moorpark" (Prunus armeniaca "Moorpark"), which flourishes in USDA zones 4 to 8, and the "Early Golden (Prunus armeniaca "Early Golden"), suited to growing in USDA zones 5 to 8. Both produce showy white or pink blossoms followed by large, flavorful fruit. It produces showy white flowers in the spring and cherries in early summer. The "Hass" (Persea americana "Hass") and the "Fuerte" (Persea americana "Fuerte"), both of which grow best in USDA zones 9 and 10, are varieties of avocados that grow 3 feet a season.

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