Donation Application

Thank you for your interest in the Fruit Trees 4 Community program! Our goal is to donate as many fruit trees to local organizations (near Mesa, AZ) as possible while providing the public with the benefits of a shared local wholesale order on fruit trees. In short, we want to donate fruit trees to your local organization!

We are looking for schools, community gardens, community outreach programs, churches, or any local 501(c)(3) organization, to receive donated fruit trees.

Please submit the application at the bottom of this page so that your organization can receive donated fruit trees. After we receive the FT4C Community Donation application, we will contact you to confirm. We will also let you know how many trees your organization will receive two months prior to complimentary delivery. Your organization must be able to accept free delivery and also have any bare-root trees planted within a two-day window. If you have any questions, please call our FT4C hotline: (480)532-5821 or email: support [at] gardenpool [dot] org

Here is a list of Fruit Trees to pick from that are available for donation to all participating local organizations:

Apples
Best if planted in north or east exposure. Can be pruned to desired height to make fruit harvest more accessible. Consistent deep watering during growing and fruiting period important. Fruits during late spring/early summer. Frost hardy, self fruitful. Bareroot

 


Peaches
Best if planted in north or east exposure. Can be pruned to desired height to make fruit harvest more accessible. Consistent deep watering during growing and fruiting period important. Fruits during late spring/early summer. Frost hardy, self fruitful. Bareroot

 



Plums
Best if planted in north or east exposure. Can be pruned to desired height to make fruit harvest more accessible. Consistent deep watering during growing and fruiting period important. Fruits during late spring/early summer. Frost hardy, self fruitful. Bareroot

 


Apricots
Best if planted in north or east exposure. Can be pruned to desired height to make fruit harvest more accessible. Consistent deep watering during growing and fruiting period important. Fruits during late spring/early summer. Frost hardy, self fruitful. Bareroot

 

 


Figs
Large spreading tree which is both frost, sun, and heat tolerant producing delicious fruit in late summer – mid fall and wonderful summer shade. Fruit can be eaten fresh off the tree or dried and eaten over extended periods. Full sun. Drought tolerant, but produces heaviest with deep, slow, infrequent watering during growing and fruiting period. Potted

 


Pomegranates
Beautiful showy carnation sized flowers in spring, followed by brightly colored, highly nutritious fruit in late summer – mid fall. Easy to care for, both frost and heat tolerant. Drought resistant, though produces best with slow, deep, infrequent watering during the growing and fruiting period. Full sun. Can be pruned as a bush or tree. Bareroot

 


Sugar Cane
A wonderful easy to grow, sun and heat loving tall sweet grass. Canes and blades can reach 8-10 feet. Canes can be pressed into cane juice, or peeled and chewed on for a sweet summer treat. Industrially, sugarcane is processed into sugar or processed into paper. Regular frequent watering required, plant in full sun. Heat and frost tolerant. Potted

 


Grape Vines
Fast, easy to grow and fruit. Requires a support such as arbor, trellis or wire suspended between two poles. Regular pruning for most productive results, though not required. Tolerant of neglect and poor soil. Plant in full sun, regular watering during growing and fruiting season. Frost and heat tolerant. Harvest late spring – early summer. Potted

 

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