We Sell Tropical Fruit Trees For The Greater Phoenix Area and Surrounding Southwest Desert Communities of Arizona, Phoenix's Original Rare and Exotic Fruit Tree Nursery
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Fruit Trees and Plants From Around The World
Surinam Cherry, Bamboo, Figs, Pomegranates, Sugar Cane,
Passion Fruit, White Sapote, Kaffir Lime, Kumquats, Blood Oranges
Citrus, Star Fruit, Longan, Lychee, Cara Cara Oranges
Peach, Plum, Pecan, Macadamia, Acerola (Barbados) Cherry
Pistachio, Cherimoya, Atemoya, Indian Curry, Cherry of the Rio Grande
Persimmon, Asian Pear, Grapes, White Sapote, Mamey & Chiku Sapote
Loquat, Plumeria, All Spice, Goji Berry, Kei Apple, Bay Laurel
Jujube, Almond, Apple, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Ginger
And Much More
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Our Selection May Surprise You
If we don't have it, we can usually find it
(email questions or post on facebook for quicker response)10520 E Apache Trail, Apache Junction AZ 85120
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Tropica Mango is "a one of a kind" Boutique Style Nursery
Providing Phoenix Gardeners with a Unique
Assortment of Fruiting Trees and Plants,
Not Commonly Found In Typical Valley Nurseries,
Along with the expert growing advise specific to the Arizona Desert,
We also carry very Rare and Ultra Exotics For the Experienced Gardener
Or Gardener Wanting A Challenge or Truly Unique Fruit Tree
Will They Grow In The Desert?
Q. Why Can you grow tropicals in the desert?
A. Because Arizona is warm year round. Water is really the only missing ingredient.
Tropical does not mean jungle or rain forest type climate, it refers to the warmer regions
of the world with lots of sunshine. And though you can't grow everything here, you can
Q. Isn't it too hot?
A. Actually not, many tropical fruit trees are grown in climates very similar to ours.
If anything it is sometimes too cold, which is really the greatest threat to tropical trees
Q. Where can I see tropical trees growing in Phoenix.
A. Almost everywhere, again tropical does not mean jungle rain forest, it means warm climate
so actually nearly everything growing in Arizona is tropical as none would survive in a cold
climate such as in New England, the Midwest or even Northern Arizona. For non native tropical
trees just look around and you will see bougainvilleas, queen palms, hibiscus (Hawaii's native flower),
lantana, Hawaiian and giant birds of paradise, ficus trees, and all tropical.
Q. Can you really grow an Avocado in Arizona? Every nursery I ask says no.
A. Avocados are probably the hardest tree to grow we sell and we make no attempt
to hide the fact, though with the correct advice and a quality tree you can grow an avocado.
Q. If Mangos and Guavas grow here, how come I don't see any around?
A. First, would you recognize one if you saw it? Tropical often conjures up images of
big leafy jungle plants. Actually mangos and guavas look very similar to an ordinary tree.
Also most people grow their fruit trees in the back yard, so even if you knew what to look for
you probably wouldn't be able to see them from the street. Trust me, they are out there, just take
a look at our VIDEOS and PHOTOS pages to see trees we have spotted around town.
Q. Mangos and guavas are a little too exotic for me, are there any common fruits that will grow here.
A. Yes, apples, peaches, plums, apricots, just to name a few, and yes we carry them too.
Q. Phoenix is in a desert, nothing grows here.
A. Actually Phoenix is in a very special desert, the Sonoran Desert, the wettest desert in
North America and the most animal and plant diverse of any desert in the world.
Arizona has a long agriculture history and commercially grows everything from Apples to Zucchini
Q. I have a black thumb, is there any fruit trees that I could grow.
A. Yes, there are many very forgiving fruit trees you can grow.
Pomegranate, Fig, Grapes, Jujube are a few of the simplest. Want something a little more tropical?
Guava, sugarcane, papaya, mango, citrus just to name a few more that only require a little more care.
Q. I'm a experienced gardener and what to try my hand at something more exotic but can't find the trees I want.
A. Experienced gardeners have discovered that many more plants than once thought will grow
with basic care, the problem has been finding these trees in typical nurseries and garden centers.
We carry many unique trees such a star fruit, dragon fruit, cherimoya, atemoya, jack fruit and so much more.
It is our speciality, it is what we know and what we do best, actually it is almost all we do. We love fruit trees.
CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF WHAT WE SELL
Acerola Cherry, Almonds, All Spice, Apples, Apple Cactus, Apricots, Asian Pear, Atemoya, Avocado, Bamboo, Banana, Barbados Cherry, Bearrs, Lime, Blood Orange, Cara Cara Orange, Cherry of the Rio Grande, Cherimoya, Champak, Citrus, Cocktail Citrus, Curry Leaf, Dragon Fruit, Eureka Lemon, Figs, Ginger, Goji Berry, Grapes, Grapefruit, Guava, Jujube, Kaffir Lime, Lemon, Lime, Lisbon Lemon, Longan, Loquat, Lychee, Macadamia Nut, Mandarin Orange, Myers Lemon, Oranges, Papaya, Passion Fruit, Peaches, Pecan, Persian Lime, Persimmon, Pineapple, Pink Eureka Lemon, Pistachio, Plums, Pluots, Pomegranates, Pomelo, Pummelo, Star Fruit, Sapote, Surinam Cherry, Sugar Apple, Sugar Cane, Tahiti Lime,
Tangerine, Tangelo, Thai Lime, Taro, Walnuts,