This depends on the type of tree, for example, mango, avocados, etc.
However, some trees are called dwarf because they prefer to grow to the sides, instead of up.
Some Dwarf varieties stay under 8-10 feet tall, citrus trees, jaboticabas, miracle fruit, etc.
Other dwarf varieties grow a little taller, around 12-18 feet tall, like mangos, avocados and guavas.

However, you can always trim the top of the trees, and keep it to the desired height.

Of course, there are exceptions, like coconuts, papayas, and a few others. These trees cannot be trimmed from the top.
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