Fruit Cocktail Tree

$119

3-4 ft.

Description

2 Different Fruits, 1 Easy-to-Grow Tree

Why Fruit Cocktail Trees?

A variety of fresh, quickly-grown fruit, right from your backyard. Whether you’re looking for your own mini orchard in a compact space or need a quick, no-nonsense harvest of multiple fruit types, the Fruit Cocktail Tree has it all.

We cultivated and nurture this unique specimen by grafting two single-stone fruit selections together onto one tree, so you get two different, great-tasting fruit types for the price of one. And best of all, it’s a healthy, hardy cultivar that provides years of fruit production.

By mid-summer, the harvest season begins, resulting in ample fruit for canning, freezing, cooking preserves, and baking pies and cobblers. Best of all, our Fruit Cocktail Tree is self-fertile, adaptable to most soil types and matures to a manageable height of 10 to 15 feet, ensuring an easy harvest and acclimation into even the smallest garden areas.

Planting & Care

Now you can enjoy the convenience and diversity of an assortment of fruit on one incredible tree: The Fruit Cocktail Tree is a one-of-a-kind pick!

1. Planting: First, select a spot that gets full or partial sun (at least a half day or 4 to 8 hours of sun per day at minimum). Be sure the area provides adequate protection from strong winds if possible. When you’re ready to plant, dig your hole slightly wider than the roots and at sufficient depth to cover them. Then, place and stake the tree to secure it. Water thoroughly, removing any air pockets, and tamp down the soil. Add mulch on top to keep the area moist. Water the tree the next day, then twice weekly for the next three weeks.

2. Watering: Water your tree weekly. Make sure your Fruit Cocktail Tree is moist at all times, especially during the hotter months.

3. Fertilization: Fertilize your Fruit Cocktail three times each year with applications in the late winter, early summer and early autumn. Apply choice of either manure, compost or a slow-release fertilizer mixed into the soil. Prevent fertilizers from making direct contact with the trunk of the tree.

4. Pruning: Routine pruning to maintain the desired shape and balance of your tree can be performed on an ongoing basis. To promote ideal health and growth, prune your Fruit Cocktail early in the winter. Prune roughly 1/3 of the current year’s growth, keeping all cuts above outward buds.

Tips: Cut back any vigorously-growing branches and keep the tree balanced. And remove any shoots that are growing from the root stock below ground level or from the central trunk of the tree.

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