I’m in USDA zone 9a, on the western slope of California’s Sierra Nevadas, at 2300 ft. I’m also in climate zone B, dry.
Wild blackberries grow here invasively, so any blackberry varieties do well, as do Raspberries.
Apples, peaches, plums, persimmon, and figs do very well. Cherries seem to be problematic but mostly because of pests and disease, not because of innate cultural habits. Apricots are reputed to be a little iffy (no personal experience) but are suited to the hot, dry summers.
Mine is a fine grape growing region, with many vineyards and wineries