.rfx-topimg {display: block;margin-bottom: 30px;margin-left: auto;margin-right: auto;width:750px;} Plum Trees Brook Gold plum– This plumb needs to be cross-pollinated with a Nanking cherry, Nanking’s are in abundance in Calgary. This tree is self-fertile so requires no pollination but may produce a heavier crop if another cherry is close by to pollinate. Be forewarned, unpicked fruit can be somewhat messy if it drops on walkways and lawns, so consider this when choosing a location for Winter Cheeks trees. Let's face it – Calgary ain't the Okanagan. An excellent apple overall. Japanese plum group. li a {text-decoration:underline; color:#9d0303;} Posted Evans Cherry tree- this tree can grow to 16 feet and has lovely pink flowers in the spring followed by tasty sweet cherries that are translucent. It has showy white blossoms in May with fruit ripening in August. However, this can be a high-maintenance plant and somewhat messy if fruit is allowed to drop. Super for pies, canning, jams, or jellies. M360– Yes this is its actual name. by There seems to be a growing interest in growing fruit trees in Calgary. They can be picked before fully mature and they store well. We have seen the fruit tree start to make a comeback in the past few years and more and more of our clients are asking us about what trees grow well and fruit well in Calgary. To help apple trees along, thin out the fruit when they become loonie size. on Friday, October 12th, 2018 at 3:06pm. Pear Trees Golden spice pear – this pear does well in Calgary, fruit has a spicy taste and becomes fully ripe by mid to late September. Good for canning. The M360 is good eating and fairly large in size. If fruit are 20 to 30 cm apart on the tree they'll grow larger. Large fruit, greenwashed with an overlay of red. However this trees leaves stay forest green until the fall when they turn yellow. Here are ten types of fruit trees that do well in our Zone 3 climate here in Southern Alberta as recommended by a local landscaping company that you can plant today for a bountiful fruit harvest down the road. pears. Prairie Sensation apples are reddish yellowish on the outside with light colored juicy flesh. Early gold pear– pale yellow, smaller pears bear fruit in early September. DESCRIPTION: Green foliage with profuse white flowers in spring. Good for cooking or eating. Pembina plum – Bares larger 4-5cm fruit in mid to late August. DESCRIPTION: Late season, prairie hardy selection with large purple fruit. DESCRIPTION: Nice consistent oval canopy with glossy dark green leaves that turn an outstanding burgundy in fall. Eat fresh or can for the winter. This is a rather hard to find variety, but M360 trees are well worth the hunt. DESCRIPTION: Single stem tree with large white flowers followed by an abundance of tart red cherries perfect for baking, jellies or jams. Shop for apple trees for sale for your Calgary home with us at Calgary Plants Online Garden Centre. #rfxblg p.intro {color: #666;font-size: 1.65em;line-height: 1.8em;} Yes – some varieties of pears can be grown in Calgary. They ripe early in the season and can be eaten fresh and used for cooking. Norland Apple – This apple bares early fruit and fruits heavier when it is younger. Delicious yellow plumbs arrive in late August. Fruit is purple in color and this plum requires western sand cherry. 10 Fruit Trees That Actually Grow in Calgary Norland Apple. Alberta Red– This good-looking apple has been around since 1960 and was rescued from extinction by Doc E at the University of Alberta. Followed by delicious cherries great for baking, jellies or jams. When properly stored, Alberta Gold apples will stay good for around three months. They are gorgeous year round and produce fairly quickly and also store well for up to six months. Early gold pear – pale yellow, smaller pears bear fruit in early September. These are an excellent eating apple and they store well. The good news is that it will produce fruit even when it's young. We offer delivery and landscape consulting and design! It was developed by the University of... M360. #rfxblg h3 {margin-bottom: 10px; padding: 15px; padding-left: 38px; font-size: 26px;} Great fruit for pies or canning. They can also provide you with an abundance of fresh fruit in late summer and you can freeze or can your fruit to use throughout winter. Good for eating and cooking. Mailing AddressPO Box 30, Mossleigh, AB, TOL 1P0. If you like Golden Delicious this tree is for you. A late season apple with bright red fruit. These apples store well and are fantastic dessert apples (think pie!).