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Fruit Trees 4 Community offered by Garden Pool - Deadline for orders is November the 10th

The Fruit Tree 4 Community, or FT4C, is a program to strengthen the local community with the benefits of a bulk-order wholesale discount on a great assortment of fruit trees that were hand-picked to do well in our climate. The best part of the FT4C program is that with every order over 3 trees, we will donate 1 fruit tree and every order over 12, we will donate 5 fruit trees in your name to any of the participating local organization you choose, such as fire stations, schools, churches, community gardens, or any local 501(c)(3)!

After your order is processed, you will be prompted to select an organization to donate trees in your name. Here is a list of local participating groups to choose from:

Garden PoolA New Leaf / Sunshine Acres / Starbright Foundation / Proyecto Hispanaya / Coronado Elementary / Candeo Schools / Desert Garden Montessori School

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The fruit trees will include bare-root, potted, tropical, and traditional fruit trees. Fruit Tree Packages are divided in to 3 groups (A, B, & C) and there are 3 donation groups based on quantity (1, 3, & 12):

Order 1 Tree & support FT4C!For every 3 Trees ordered 1 fruit tree is donated!!Order 12 Trees & 5 fruit trees are donated!!!
Group AA1 – $25.00A3 – $75.00A12 – $300.00
Group BB1 – $30.00B3 – $90.00B12 – $360.00
Group CC1 – $35.00C3 – $105.00C12 – $420.00

No guess work with these varieties, they are all proven producers in the valley. Don’t worry about chill hours or root stock either, we have selected the correct trees for your success, and they are mostly all self fruitful. But if you really love a particular fruit, such as apples, select several different varieties that ripen at different times and not only will each tree produce a heavier crop, but you will lengthen your harvest. Imagine, you could be eating apples from your own trees from early June to late October. Even if you don’t have a lot of room, don’t worry, fruit trees can be planted close together or even plant another similar fruit in the same hole. It is a proven method, called backyard orchard culture. Start planning your back yard Eden today.


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