Specialty Fruit Trees
Excellent for the small yards of today.
6 n 1 Apple Espalier
A true taste treat for someone that enjoys 'Home-Grown' goodness and the adventure of harvesting. 'The Crop'. Six (6) proven varieties on one (1) tree. The varieties are: Anna, Fuji, Gala, Braeburn, Yellow Delicious & Red Delicious. Produces from mid-July to mid-October. Wonderful to use along walls or fences
5 n 1 Mixed Stone Fruit
Mouth watering goodness with this palate pleaser.
Babcock Peach, Kim (early) Elberta Peach, Royal Apricot, Santa Rosa Plum + Fantasia Nectarine. It is like having a Farmer's Market in your yard. Bearing season in late-June & goes through mid-August.
Other Fruit Salad combinations
Fruit Salad Apple 6 on 1 3-Tier Espalier *
Fruit Salad Peach 4 on 1 Tree Form—Standard
Fruit Salad Pear 4 on 1 2-Tier Espalier
Fruit Salad Pear 6 on 1 3-Tier Espalier
Fruit Salad Plum 4 on 1 Semi-Dwarf– Tree Form
Fruit Salad Stone 4 on 1 Tree Form*
Call us at (805) 524-2123 for current availabilities & sizes ...
Some 'other' trees to 'pick' on
Morus Alba / Teas Weeping Mulberry
Remember eating Mulberries as a kid? This is a grafted tree, staying about 6-8ft with a very dramatic weeping affect. Deciduous. Accent.
Morus Nigra / Persian Mulberry
30'h x 35'w. Deciduous. Heavy bearing, likes water, excellent yard tree. Tasty berries will stain fingers & driveways.
Olea Manzanillo / Olive Tree
Commercial variety & used as specimen tree in the landscape. Spreading habit. Olives must be processed to eat. Great yard tree.
- Apricot & Aprium
- Fig & Jujube
- Pear, Asian & Domestic
- Pomegranate & Pluot
Cold chill hours can be a little confusing. Basically they are the number of hours below 45°F subtracting the number of hours above 60°F between the months of November and February.
If you live in or around any of these areas, your average chill hours are:
- Malibu, Ventura, Santa Barbara: ± 300 Hours
- San Fernando Valley, Fillmore, Simi Valley: ± 800 Hours or less
- Santa Clarita, Lancaster: 800 Hours or more
There is no simple test for "Chill Hours" and they are calculated as an average. Each winter season differs in total chill hours accumulated, which can affect fruit production. Most of the fruit trees we carry at Otto & Sons are classified as low chill requirement and are better matched for our Southern California chill hours.