It depends mostly on the type of tree you get, and on the area you allow it to grow in. The attached links have some great info for growing your own fruit trees, especially the first one. Enjoy!
Your trees may be dwarfed if you live in a cold climate that is not quite ideal for the tree. If this is the case, the tree may remain on the smaller side, but still produce fruits (the alternative would be if the tree invested more energy in growing tall, but produced less fruits).
You may also try fertilizing your tree. You may have poorer soil than what is required for the species. With some added nutrients, the tree may be able to grow taller and still produce fruit.
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