Fruit trees work hard for their keep, providing a strong winter outline, a spring show of beautiful blossoms and a bountiful harvest in summer and fall. Here's how to choose and plant the right types for your garden.
Fruit Gardening Guide | Many easy to grow fruits are rarely commercially available because they either don't transport well, or go bad quickly after harvesting. Grow a permaculture garden or food forest to have them available right outside your door!
A great way to keep ants off fruit tree. The best part of it is that it’s non-invasive. It doesn’t coat the tree in chemicals and it doesn’t kill beneficial insects. Heck, it doesn’t even kill the ants. It’s called Tanglefoot
I am so glad I found out the easy trick and the 6-inch rule for my fruit trees. It has made all of the difference in the world and finally have flourishing, delicious fruits. This is one of those gardening tips to NOT MISS if you have fruit trees!
Stella Cherry is Self-Fertile (so no need for a second cherry tree to pollinate it) and is a really heavy, reliable cropper because it has good resistance to late frosts. Unlike most other sweet cherry varieties, it will thrive in slightly exposed locations but can also be grown in a pot on a patio. The sweetly flavoured dark-skinned, plump juicy, aromatic fruits will be ready to pick from mid late July each year from the 3rd growing season onwards expect a harvest of 5kg fruit per t...
By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener Plums are a delectable addition to any home garden. Growing plum trees is not only rewarding but also extremely tasty. Plums are excellent fresh but also make a wonderful jam or jelly. Keep reading for more information