Best fruit trees to grow in Utah

Hi, I'm a new homeowner, just bought my first home about 2 months ago and am wanting to plant some fruit trees. However I don't know what types of trees will grow in Utah and when I should plant. If anyone has any suggestions or can point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.
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you should plant in the next eight weeks. Contact your extension or Google it. If you are serious about buying, a local seller will help you with selection. The dry climate will help with pests, your main concern is to make sure you plant trees that are OK in your temperature range, soil type, and soil pH. If your elevation is not too high, peaches will probably do well. At higher elevations, some of the hardier plums, pears and apples. As someone who grows several types of fruits, my advice is to go for fruits that need minimum care. You may have never heard of some of the fruits that do best with less care, things such as hardy kiwis or shipova. at midfex.org or crfg.org they may be able to help you.
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Thankx simy1 I really appreciate the ideas.
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What about Plouts & Akebias???
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