Popular fruit trees
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Popular Fruit Trees
The best way to encourage your entire family to eat fruits is to grow fruit trees
in your garden or backyard. There are plenty of trees that bear edible fruits
which you can plant. It would be ideal to keep the climatic conditions and the
space available in mind before choosing which plants you want to grow in your
garden. Check our website.
There are plenty of fruit trees that you could grow. Some of the most popular
ones are as follows:
Apple: Apple trees are generally large but numerous varieties of apples can
be dwarfed. They are known as dwarf fruit trees. These are grown in a
confined space and are a usually disease resistant. If you want to plant these
in your garden, you should plant them in pairs so that you enable cross-
pollination. These take around three years to start bearing fruits.
Cherry: Cherries are also known as stony fruits and they usually have not
more than one seed. They are indigenous to Asia, Europe and North
America. Cherry trees are great indoor fruit trees. They are made into bonsai
trees to manage their growth. However, if you want an ornamental tree, a
weeping cherry tree that has beautiful blossoms will be your best option.
This beautiful cherry tree originated in Japan but they can also thrive in the
climates of the United States. Their height when fully grown could be
anywhere between twenty and forty feet.
Mango: If you have a large garden you should definitely consider planting a
mango tree. Native to the Indian subcontinent and other Asian countries, the
fruit is very delicious. The leaves can also be used for decoration.
Coconut: Coconut trees are grown in tropical areas across the globe.
Coconuts have numerous uses. Their water and flesh is edible and extremely
delicious. Coconut water also has numerous health benefits. Thus, planting it
in your garden is a smart idea.
Pruning Fruit Trees
No matter what type of fruit trees you choose to plant, you should know when
to prune them to ensure that they grow well.
Prune the trees when you plant them. Pruning at this stage will help you
ensure that the trees grow in a desirable pattern.
You should prune them right during the onset of spring. The ideal months
are February and March.
Prune them during summers to get rid of all the damaged parts.
Lastly, you should prune them in fall right before the first frost.September
and October are the appropriate months.
Now that you know all about fruit trees, you are ready to plant them and take
good care of them.
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