Fruit trees satisfy your eyes and also we can proudly taste their fruits and in few years of cultivation.

Our tree plants have the UE farming certificate and passport, where required, which states they are phytopathology-free.

Growing in the Nursery
All plants grow outdoors, pruned in spring and summer to enhance a uniform development.

Apple Tree (Malus Communis)
Tree of ancient origins; suitable for moist and cold temperatures, common in the Alps. It can 8-10 meters high; rounded fruit of different sizes depending on the several varieties. Organic manure advisable combined with chemical elements (Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium).

Pear Tree (Pyrus Communis)
Ancient plant, suitable for milde climates, vulnerable to drought and stagnant water. Fruits of different shapes because of the range of available species. Manure yearly.

Plum Tree (Prunus Domestica)
Ancient and long-lived fruit tree; oval, violet, yellowish or red fruit. Mild climate. Manure yearly (organic manures advisable).

Apricot Tree (Prunus Armeniaca)
Hot-mild climate, sunny position, little moist. Oval and mainly yellow fruit. Preferably organic manures.

Peach Tree (Prunus Persica)
They require a Mediterranean climate and protection from frost when in blossom. For these reasons, they are not suitable for areas prone to hard frost. Rounded, red-yellow dessert fruits, yellow or white pulp. Various types: Nectarine peach fruits and Percoche.

Cherry Tree (Prunus Avium)
Acid cherry tree (e.g. black cherries) or sweet cherry tree producing two types of fruits: crunchy pulp (durone) and juicier pulp (tenerine). Preferably organic manures.

Persimmon Tree (Diospyros)
Long-lived tree, slow growth moderate winters and relatively mild summers. Rounded
dessert fruits, yellow-red color. Yearly manure before blooming.

Fig Tree (FICUS CARICA)
Strong tree, it does require particular care; not suitable for low temperatures. Yearly manure.