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The Best Fruit Trees to Grow in Central Texas

Fruit growers in Central Texas endure many challenges because Central Texas orchards demand constant attention. According to Dan Rohrer, a fruit-grower in the Austin area for over 15 years, “Individual growers throughout the Hill Country all have their own methods of mitigating the effects of errati...
Samantha Lubecker
Samantha Lubecker • 46 weeks ago

The Best Fruit Trees to Grow in Central Texas

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Plums For plums (Prunus salicina), Methley and Santa Rosa seem to work best. Methley have red skin and flesh, are good quality and easily grown. Although the Santa Rosa variety has a short season, it has a solid reputation. Other varieties that work well in Central Texas are Morris, Ozark Premier and Bruce. Request Lovell rootstock for alkaline clay soils or Nemaguard for acid sandy soils. The Bruce variety requires cross-pollination.