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hi i am looking for the right tree

 
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i am looking for trees that has these traits nitrogen fixing, drought tolerant, produces fruit that is edible, can grow in zone 3  and 9.also if you know of any good website that sells them for a good price and for good quality please let me know.

thank you for your time.
 
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Mesquite and Seabuckthorn are the only two that come to mind fitting the criteria.
 
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Here is an older discussion that you might find helpful.

https://permies.com/t/10592/plants/List-Legumes-size-climate-zones

 
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thank you for that answer.can you give me a list of nitrogen fixing, drought tolerant and can grow in zone 4 ?
 
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The link to a discussion, given by Jack, above, has lots of people's suggestions for nitrogen fixers for different climates, usages, winter hardiness zones, etc.
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