Question: Which fruit crops will be best here?
Answer: That will vary with the region. Easiest for most of the state would be blackberries, pecans, plums, pears, figs and pomegranates. Next easiest would be grapes, apples and peaches. Strawberries, citrus, cherries and apricots are much more difficult for most Texas gardeners. Your local county Extension office will have a listing of the best-adapted varieties for your area.