Find out how many years it takes your fruit tree to bear fruit.

Any gardener will remind you that anything worth doing is worth waiting for. An old proverb says “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” When it comes to the gratification of picking your own fruit, patience is a virtue. But one that will pay off for you, and most likely those after you, in the end.

On average, how long will it take to see fruit from your newly planted tree? Let’s take a look:

Apple Trees

Apricot Trees

Cherry Trees (sour)

Cherry Trees (sweet)

Mulberry Trees

Nectarine Trees

Olive Trees

Pawpaw Trees

Peach Trees

Pear Trees

Persimmon Trees

Plum Trees

2-5 years

2-5 years

3-5 years

4-7 years

2-3 years

2-4 years

2-3 years

5-7 years

2-4 years

4-6 years

3-4 years

3-6 years

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