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Fruit Trees
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Take your gardening experience to new heights by visiting Roberta’s Unique Gardens. Our goal is to enhance your gardening enjoyment by providing you with top quality, leading edge perennials and annuals that are suitable for your garden and home with the best service imaginable. Roberta’s is a 4th generation family owned business and has been one of the leading commercial exhibitors at flower and garden shows for over 50 years in the U.S. and abroad. We search the globe to find easy-to-grow plants that are unique in themselves or their variety making them nearly impossible to find elsewhere. Our passion and commitment continually asks the question, “What makes a better, unsurpassed, and more beautiful flower to behold?” Working with growers and breeders from all over the world, Roberta’s is able to bring you hard-to-find plants and new species that will be sweethearts for years to come. Thank you for bringing us into your home, Eric, Kevin, and Koort Wallien

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  1. Hardy Chicago Fig Tree in 1 Gallon Pot 1 pc.

    Savor sweet, dark mahogany fruit with rich red flesh with the 1 pc. Hardy Chicago Fig Tree. It is indigenous to Sicily, where the variety is known to have been growing at about 3000 feet above sea level where it gets quite cold. It gained a reputation in Chicago where cuttings somehow made their way to the U.S. with the help of an Italian gardener. The tree flourishes despite the harsh winters. Perhaps the coldest hardy fig ever discovered they will yield large amounts of fruit in the garden or dwarfed in containers. And it is fast growing too! In many instances it can produce fruit first year; by second year fruit will appear on old growth in early summer and then in the fall fruit will begin to appear on new growth. This is why this is the highest yielding fig plant around, with two periods of fruiting and up to 100 pints of figs each year!

    • SKU: R53093/ Perennial
    • Botanical Name: Ficus carica
    • Common Name: Chicago Fig
    • Hardiness Zone: 5-11, Cold Tolerance: -10F
    • Sun-Shade: Full to Partial Sun (Full, Partial Sun, or Shade)
    • HT/WD: 6-8' feet in garden; 3-4' in pots / 5-6' in garden; 3-4' in pots
    • Bloom Time: Fruits in mid to late Summer- 2nd season
    • Cultivar: Hardy Chicago Fig (one gallon pot)
    • Special: Perhaps the most cold hardy fig discovered; large yields of plump, juicy figs from both old and new wood; vigorous and very fast growing; long-lived heirloom is winter-hardy to -10F; deer resistant
    • Uses: container, garden
    • Growing Guide: Hardy Chicago Fig
    • Ships: NonZoned- Early to Mid May

     

     
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  2. Quick Fruiting Meyer Lemon Patio Tree 1 pc.

    Enjoy fragrant white blooms and tasty lemons right from your patio with this choice 1 pc. Quick Fruiting Meyer Lemon Patio Tree. The Meyer Lemon is a cross between an orange and a lemon. It will provide abundant fruit that are rounder, thinner-skinned, more orange in color and considerably less acidic than regular lemons. For that reason, it is sought after by all the top restaurants around the world. Bushy, branchy and nearly ever-bearing and repeatedly blooming year round make this long-lived plant a must have heirloom. Due to state regulations shipping fruit trees into the following states are prohibited- AK, HI, CA, TX, FL, PR, VI, GU

    • SKU: R43060 / Tropical (90 Day Warranty)
    • Botanical Name: Citrus reticulata
    • Common Name: Dwarf Meyer Lemon
    • Hardiness Zone: 9-11, Cold Tolerance: 40F
    • Sun-Shade: Full to Partial Sun
    • HT/WD at Maturity: 3-5 feet / 3 feet
    • Bloom Time: Blooms repeatedly throughout the year; fruit the 2nd Season
    • Cultivar: Meyer Lemon
    • Special: Fast fruiting bushy hybrid between an orange and a lemon; dwarf and compact; rounder, thinner-skinned, more orange in color; less acidic; fragrant white blooms and tasty lemons right from your patio
    • Uses: containers, juices used in preparing cold beverages and cooking
    • Growing Guide: Quick Fruiting Meyer Lemon Patio Tree
    • Ships: NonZoned- Late May
    • Restrictions: Cannot ship to AK, HI, CA, TX, FL, PR, VI, GU

     

     
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  3. Meyer Lemon & Cocktail Lime 2 in 1 Patio Tree 1 pc.

    You know when you’re at the store and you have to pick, lemons or limes? Well that is no more! With this 2 in 1 Meyer Lemon and Cocktail Lime Patio Tree you get both plants in one pot! Anyone and everyone in America can enjoy these outside in the summer and inside in the winter. They bear fruit repeatedly year round beginning the 1st season because they are fully established and ready to fruit. The Meyer Lemon is a cross between an orange and a lemon. It will provide abundant fruit that are rounder, thinner-skinned, more orange in color and considerably less acidic than regular lemons. For that reason, it is sought after by all the top restaurants around the world.

    • Sku/Class.: R43062 / Tropical (90 Day Warranty)
    • Botanical Name: Citrus limon and Citrus latifolia
    • Common Name: Meyer Lemon & Lime
    • Hardiness Zone: 9-11, Cold Tolerance: 40F
    • Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Partial Sun
    • HT/WD: 3-5 feet / 3 feet
    • Bloom Time: Repeatedly year round
    • Cultivar: Meyer Lemon and Cocktail Lime
    • Special: Both a lemon and lime in the same pot; the most sought after lemon in the restaurant industry; fast fruiting bushy hybrids; easy to maintain; less acidic; fragrant white blooms and tasty lemons and limes right from your patio
    • Uses: potted patio plant outside in summer and inside in winter
    • Growing Guide: Meyer Lemon & Cocktail Lime 2 in 1 Patio Tree
    • Ships: NonZoned- Mid May
    • Restrictions: Cannot ship to AK, HI, CA, TX, FL, PR, VI, GU
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  4. Black Arbequina Olive Tree 1 pc.

    This 1 pc. Arbequina Black Olive Tree is indigenous to Catalonia, Spain. It is a great olive for pots, as it flowers at an early age. A symbol of peace, wisdom and victory, olives are rugged plants and easy to grow and even easier to enjoy!

      • SKU: R365441 / Perennial
      • Botanical Name: Olea europea
      • Common Name: Olive
      • Hardiness Zone: 8-11, Cold Tolerance: 15F
      • Sun-Shade: Full Sun
      • HT/WD at Maturity: 3 to 5 feet in pots; 20 feet in garden / 3-5 feet in pots; 10-15 feet in garden
      • Bloom Time: Spring; Fruiting: Early Summer- Late Autumn by 2nd season
      • Cultivar: Arbequina
      • Special: great for pots since it flowers very early and is an attractive evergreen, the curing process gives them a mild, smoky, tasty flavor
      • Growing Guide: Black Arbequina Olive Tree
      • Ships: NonZoned- Late May
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