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CAN ONLY SHIP USUALLY UP TO 5-GAL FRUIT TREES-ALL REST ARE TOO BIG TO SHIP, AND SOME 5-GAL WOULD NEED EXTENSIVE PRUNING.

The satisfaction of hand-picked fruit is an experience worthwhile. The time and dedication to cultivating delicious, fresh fruit is well spent, especially when all it takes is a trip to the yard! Talbott Nursery & Poultry is your go-to source to buy fruit trees of all varieties.

Plant your own fruit trees and reap the rewards of seasonal fruit, plucked directly from the tree, as fresh and natural as it gets. We offer a wide selection of varieties including apples, cherries, pears, plums, avocados and more! Trees are grown in buckets and shipped year-round until supplies last following the autumn. After February of any given year, there are no returns on trees, as shipping twice in a short time is not well for the tree. By April 1st, most of our fruit trees have been topped to produce a scaffold pattern. This is the first step in the training process for a decent fruit-bearing tree. Plants are shipped on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and sometimes on Saturdays. Most plants will be sent bare-root wrapped in wet sphagnum moss with a plastic bag, then secured with tape for security and sent via USPS Priority Mail. When plants arrive be sure to soak in water overnight, then plant. Please review all shipping procedures and conditions on our Shipping & Returns page. Order your very own bare root fruit tree and enjoy a hearty season of fresh, healthy fruits. Call 409-381-0128 for information regarding our products, including care, maintenance and upkeep! Shop today!

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Olive Trees-Arbequina 15-20 Feet Black Fruit Zone 7 PAW PAW TREE....Asimina Triloba  FRUIT LIKE BANANA Z 2-11 Morus nigra 'Dwarf Everbearing' Mulberry ZONE 4 Chill hrs 200

Olive Trees-Arbequina 15-20 Feet Black Fruit Chill 300 Zone 7

7 Gal trees can not be shipped must be picked up at nursery

  • The olive tree is native to the Mediterranean region and dates back to the beginning of mankind.
  • 15-20’ or larger and 12' wide at maturity
  • Olive trees have become a universal symbol for health and peace
  • Leaves are grayish-green with silvery underside
  • Interesting landscape accent tree plus fruit
  • Well drained soil
  • Chill hours 300, Self pollinating
  • Features black fruit that ripens in mid-fall
  • We raise these in Starter Plug, 1-Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7-Gal at various times of the year
  • Zone 7b Takes down to a 10 degree freeze
PAW PAW TREE....Asimina Triloba FRUIT LIKE BANANA Z 2-11

We grow and sell Paw Paw Trees in these sizes: Starter plug, 1-Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal and 5-Gal at various times of the year.


JUST GOT IN FROM MICHIGAN 100 PAW PAW TREES--MOST ARE IN 3-GAL BUCKETS WHILE SOME WERE LARGE ENOUGH FOR 5-GAL...NONE OF THEM HAVE MUCH OF A ROOT-BALL AT THIS POINT AND WON'T UNTIL NEXT SPRING...ALL ARE LEAFED OUT NICELY AND ANYWHERE FROM 2-3+ FEET INCLUDING LONG TAP ROOT. I WILL SELL THEM BARE ROOT(ONLY TAP ROOT AS THEY CAME TO ME) AT HALF-PRICE UNTIL DECEMBER AT WHICH TIME THE REMAINDER WILL BE AT REGULAR PRICE. EMAIL ME PRIOR TO PURCHASE AND I WILL INVOICE YOU WITH THE 1/2 PRICE AS THE SYSTEM WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY DO SO.

STILL HAVE (JUST FOUND THEM!) 1-7GAL, AND 3-5GAL LEFT FROM THIS PAST YEAR...ALL CAN BE SHIPPED.



  • These Paw Paw came in as seedlings and were set up into 1-Gal buckets in spring of 2013.
  • Beautiful unique blooms and interesting fruiting ability.
  • The fruit on this tree is very similar to a banana and taste very similar as well.
  • The Paw Paw tree falls into several different categories because of its fruit as well as its massive size.
  • The Paw Paw tree can reach heights of up to 35 feet and reach spans of up to 30 feet. It provides lots of shade and does well in many different types of soil and areas.
  • Zones 2-11 Although better fruiting has been noted in Zones 5 up.
  • Chill hours: 400
  • Young trees thrive better grown in shade while fruiting is better in full sunlight. One might grown young trees in buckets through a 5-gallon and then plant them in the ground in full sunlight. They both grow and produce better in areas protected from the wind.
  • When planting trees, allow 8 feet (2.5m) between them.
  • Water newly planted trees immediately after planting, and as needed throughout the growing season. Pawpaw trees require adequate soil moisture, especially in the first two years after planting.
  • Transplant shock may be reduced by providing temporary partial shade to newly planted trees.
  • Application of a balanced fertilizer (20N-20P-20K) every few weeks during the first half of the growing season may also improve growth and establishment of young trees.

Pollination: natural and artificial

  • Pollination can be a limiting factor in pawpaw fruit set. The flowers are protogynous, meaning that the stigma (the female receptive organ) ripens before the pollen, and is no longer receptive when the pollen is shed.
  • Thus the flower is designed not to be self-pollinated. In addition, pawpaw trees are self-incompatible, usually requiring pollen from a genetically different tree in order to be fertilized.
  • Finally, the natural pollinators of the pawpaw--various species of flies and beetles--are not efficient or dependable. Although it requires a little extra labor, hand pollination to ensure fruit set can be well worth the effort and can be done as follows: Using a small, flexible artist's brush, transfer a quantity of fresh pollen from the anthers of the flower of one clone to the ripe stigma of the flower of another clone.
  • Pollen is ripe when the little ball of anthers is brown in color, loose and friable; pollen grains appear as yellow dust on the brush hairs. The stigma is ripe when the tips of the pistils are green and glossy, and the anther ball is still hard and green. Do not overburden the tree with fruit, as this will stress the tree, resulting in smaller than normal fruit, and may cause limbs to break under excessive weight.
  • Plants will be sent bare root for ease in shipping.
  • In the fall through winter in extenuating circumstances our plants may arrive without leaves, attached or lose them soon after arrival depending on the amount of stress they are introduced to during shipping!!
  • If this occurs please, plant as normal, new leaves will form within a week or two with proper sunlight and water.
Morus nigra 'Dwarf Everbearing' Mulberry ZONE 4 Chill hrs 200
  • Continuously produces in containers
  • Sweet medium sized berry
  • Stays small with minor pruning
  • Blooms summer for Spring fruiting season
  • Self-fertile
  • Height: semi dwarf 10-15'
  • Full sun
  • Food production, Aesthetics, Container or Garden-James and Jellies
  • Chill hrs 200
  • Zone 4

FRUITING MULBERRY-Morus rubra  Zone 6 JAPANESE LOQUAT-Eriobotrya japonica Chill: LOW  Zone 8a RUSSIAN MULBERRY-Morus Alba 35-80 Feet  Zone 5
FRUITING MULBERRY-Morus rubra Zone 6

  • 70 Feet Tall
  • Mulberry species are deciduous trees
  • Moderately to rapidly growing deciduous tree
  • Enjoy fresh fruit and bring beauty and protection to your landscape
  • Varieties are vigorous, productive and hardy
  • They are tolerant of many different kinds of soil and can thrive in a wide range of conditions
  • Throughout the summer, these trees will continue to produce unique, oblong-shaped dark red berries with a sweet flavor that is great for fresh eating or making jams, wines, cobblers and other desserts
  • It makes a great shade or street tree
  • Easily adaptable and easy to grow
  • Full sun to semi-shade
  • Zone 6

JAPANESE LOQUAT-Eriobotrya japonica Chill: LOW Zone 8a

  • 10-15 feet tall by 10 feet wide
  • Native to China, this evergreen shrub or small tree has outstanding qualities
  • Showy blooms, but although tree is safe to 10 degrees, blooms will freeze at 26 degrees and then not bear fruit
  • Fairly pest resistant Disease resistant
  • Sun to shade, drought tolerant Heat tolerant
  • Self-fertile, but as per usual produces more and larger fruit with pollinizer
  • The 1- to 2-inch-wide orange, red or yellow loquats are rounded, oval or pear-shaped with downy or smooth skin
  • Zone 8a low chill hours

RUSSIAN MULBERRY-Morus Alba 35-80 Feet Zone 5

  • 35-80 Feet Tall
  • Mulberry species are deciduous broadleaf trees
  • Moderately to rapidly growing deciduous tree
  • Enjoy fresh fruit and bring beauty and protection to your landscape
  • Varieties are vigorous, productive and hardy
  • They are tolerant of many different kinds of soil and can thrive in a wide range of conditions
  • Throughout the summer, these trees will continue to produce unique, oblong-shaped dark red berries with a sweet flavor that is great for fresh eating or making jams, wines, cobblers and other desserts
  • It makes a great shade or street tree
  • Easily adaptable and easy to grow
  • Full sun to semi-shade
  • Zone 6
Thundercloud Purple Leaf Plum-Prunus cerasifera 'Thundercloud' Z 4 FRUITING MULBERRY Morus  ZONE 4 Chill hrs 200 FRUITlLESS MULBERRY MORUS ALBA  ZONE 4
Thundercloud Purple Leaf Plum-Prunus cerasifera 'Thundercloud' Z 4

  • 15-20 foot wide and tall
  • A stunning landscape specimen with splendid coppery purple foliage that holds its color into fall
  • Attracts Birds, Insect Resistant
  • Disease Resistant, Mildew Resistant, Needs No Deadheading, Pollution Tolerant, Rust Resistant
  • Blooms pale pink, single blooms that blanket the stems in the spring before the foliage emerges
  • Produces edible fruit
  • Self-pollinating
  • Deciduous
  • Landscaping: lawn, patio in containers, and terrace
  • Origin was in Persia and brought to France in 1880, then developed in California in 1919 by Luther Burbank
  • New growth is reddish, maturing to dark green, rounded canopy with age
  • Zone 4
FRUITING MULBERRY Morus ZONE 6 Chill hrs 200
  • Continuously produces in containers
  • Sweet medium sized berry
  • Maroon to Black fruit
  • Blooms summer for Spring fruiting season
  • Self-fertile
  • Height: 30+ feet
  • Full sun
  • Food production, Aesthetics, Container or Garden-James and Jellies, eating
  • Chill hrs 200
  • Zone 6


FRUITLESS MULBERRY MORUS ALBA ZONE 4
  • Height: 30+ feet
  • Full sun
  • Known also as White Mulberry
  • Native to China and India
  • Used to produce leaves for silkworms and for livestock feed
  • SHADE LARGE SIZE FAST GROWING TREE
  • Sap poisonous to dogs
  • Humans can be allergic to pollen
  • Zone 4


DWARF POMEGRANATE-‘Punica granatum Nana’  Zone 9+ Apple Tree Yellow (Golden) Delicious- Malus domestica Chill 600 Zone 5-8  600-700 Chill Hrs Apple Tree Dorsett Golden-Malus domestica Zone 5 Chill Hrs: 100-250

DWARF POMEGRANATE-‘Punica granatum Nana’ Zone 9+

Zones: 9 - 10 (50 degrees F.).
Height: 2 feet.
Shade Requirement: Sunny windowsill.

Comments: Easy to grow. Its compact habit lends itself to windowsill culture or bonsai training. Minimum temperature of 40 degrees F. in winter. Fruit is edible. Tolerates drought once established. Gorgeous rich coral-red blooms, jeweled toned fruit, every bit as delicious as larger varieties. In warmer climates it can be grown outside, in cooler areas, bring indoors for the winter. Funnel-shaped flowers will attract hummingbirds and butterflies.


Yellow (Golden) Delicious Apple- Malus domestica Zone 5-8 600-700 Chill Hrs

  • Sweet flavored fruit ripens Mid-Sept/Oct.
  • Self-Fruitful, but always better to cross-pollinate: Gala or Winesap
  • Excellent pollinator for other Apple trees
  • 15-20 Feet at maturity
  • Chill hrs 600
  • Zone 5
Dorsett Golden Apple Tree-Malus domestica Zone 5-9 Chill Hrs: 100-250. NEEDS POLLENIZER....

  • Fruit Mid-Jun/Jul
  • Good pollinator for other apples
  • 10-20 Feet at maturity
  • Needs pollinator: Gala, Anna
  • Will produce in year 3-4
  • Chill hrs 100-250
  • Zone 5

Apple Tree Gala--Malus domestica  Zones 5 Chill hrs 500 Elberta Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-9   Chill:  800 hrs Redhaven Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8  Chill:  400 hrs
Gala Apple--Malus domestica USDA Zones 5-10 Chill: 500 hrs
  • Harvest August-September.
  • 15-20 Feet tall at maturity
  • The Royal Gala strain was named to honor Queen Elizabeth II
  • Gala ranks 2nd in the list of top ten apple varieties grown in the U.S., trailing only Red Delicious.
  • Pollenizer required
  • Chill hrs 500
  • Zone 5
Elberta Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-9 Chill: 800 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late May ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 800
  • We grow these in 5 gal and 7 gal buckets
  • 15-20 feet at maturity
  • Zone 5

Redhaven Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8 Chill: 400 hrs


  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, freestone
  • Heavy bearing disease resistant
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late July ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 400
  • 8-10 feet at maturity
  • Zone 5

BELL OF GEORGIA-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8  Chill:  800 hrs REDSKIN PEACH TREE-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8  Chill:  750 hrs PLUM TREE SANTA ROSA-Prunus salicina  Zones 5-9  Chill:  400 hrs
BELL OF GEORGIA-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8 Chill: 800 hrs


  • Medium to large, firm white fleshed fruit, freestone
  • Heavy producer
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Late May ripening a few days prior to Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 800
  • 15-20 feet at maturity
  • Zone 5


REDSKIN PEACH TREE-Prunus persica USDA Zones 5-8 Chill: 750 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed and melting but firm fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • July ripening approximately 2 days prior to Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 750
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 5


SANTA ROSA PLUM TREE-Prunus salicina Zones 5 Chill: 400 hrs
Can only ship up to 5-gal.
  • Good pollinator for other plums
  • Favorite of home gardners
  • Harvest late July
  • 15-25 feet at maturity
  • Fragrant pink and white blossoms
  • Self-pollinating
  • Chill hrs 400
  • Zone 5


PLUM TREE BURBANK-Prunus salicina Zones 5  Chill:  400 hrs NECTARINE TREE 'SUNDOLLAR'--Prunus salicina  Zone 5  Chill hrs 400 PEAR BARTLETT PEAR TREE— Pyrus communis  Zone 4  Chill Hrs 350
PLUM TREE BURBANK-Prunus salicina Zones 5-9 Chill: 400 hrs

5-GAL AND 7-GAL MUST PICK UP AT NURSERY...TOO BIG TO SHIP

  • Favorite of commercial growers
  • 10-15 feet tall and 15-25 feet wide at maturity
  • Purplish-red plum with sweet yellow pulp
  • Harvest in late summer
  • Needs pollinator: Methley
  • Chill hrs 400
  • Zone 5
NECTARINE TREE 'SUNDOLLAR'--Prunus salicina Zones 5 Chill: 400

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, semi-clingstone
  • Sweet in taste
  • One of the first to ripen each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 400
  • Zone 5
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PEAR BARTLETT PEAR TREE— Pyrus communis Zone 4 Chill Hrs 350
  • World's most popular pear
  • 10-15 feet tall at maturity
  • Fruit early to mid-season
  • Self-fruitful but produces better using pollinator: Moonglow or Keiffer
  • Ornamental Fragrant White blossoms attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds
  • Deciduous in winter
  • Chill hours 350-450
  • Zone 4
Musa 'Truly Tiny'Compact with Edible Fruit Zone 9 Apple Tree Anna--Malus domestica Zones 5-9   Chill:  100-300 hrs BIG RED PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 7 Chill: 750 hrs
Musa 'Truly Tiny'Compact with Edible Fruit Zone 9

  • Musa 'Truly Tiny' is the smallest edible fruit producing banana in the world.
  • 'Truly Tiny' banana is a commercial growers dream crop. It will not strech or take over your benches.
  • It stays very compact without PGRs, and will be a uniform bench run crop.
  • Truly Tiny is a built for the mass market.
  • Extremely Dwarf Banana
  • Red Variegation
  • Produces Edible Bananas
  • HEIGHT: 2-4 Feet
  • Full Sun Partial Sun
  • ZONE: 9-11
Anna Apple--Malus domestica Zones 5-9 Chill: 100-300 hrs

  • Large sweet crisp fruit with a skin of greenish-yellow and red blush
  • Eating, cooking and baking
  • Produces at an early age
  • Self-fertile however a pollenizer like Dorsett Golden with increase production
  • 20-30 feet at maturity
  • Chill hrs 100-300
  • Zone 5
BIG RED PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 7 Chill: 750 hrs

  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed and melting but firm fruit, freestone
  • Most popular of all peaches
  • Sweet in taste for eating, canning, and freezing
  • Mid August ripening approximately 22 after days Elberta each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 750
  • 15-20 feet at maturity, but should be trimmed to shorter smaller sizes making them wider than tall
  • Zone 7


OUT OF STOCK   FAIRTIME PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 700 hrs La Feliciana Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill: 400 hrs Southern Belle Plum- Prunus salicina ‘Southern Belle’ ZONE 5 CHILL: 250
FAIRTIME PEACH--Prunus persica USDA Zones 6 Chill: 700 hrs

  • Yellow-fleshed freestone fruit
  • Harvest early to mid-September
  • Chill Hrs 700
  • Zone 6

La Feliciana Peach-Prunus persica USDA Zones 8 Chill: 400 hrs

5 Gal 5-7 Ft and 7 Gal must be picked up at Nursery...too tall to ship USPS!!



  • Medium to large, yellow fleshed fruit, semi-freestone
  • Sweet in taste, melting flesh
  • Developed by U. of Florida
  • Great for North Florida and Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Great for Texas Louisiana in Zone 8
  • Late June to July ripening each year
  • Self-pollinating, but always better to cross-pollinate
  • Chill hrs 400-550
  • Zone 8

Southern Belle Plum- Prunus salicina ‘Southern Belle’ ZONE 5 CHILL: 250


Larger than 4 feet must be picked up at nursery--cannot be shipped