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Apple Essentials- When planting trees on dwarfing and semi-dwarfing rootstocks, be sure the graft union stays at least 1 inch above ground. Space standard trees 30 to 35 feet apart, semi-dwarfs 20 to 25 feet apart, and dwarf trees 15 to 20 feet apart. Surround each tree with a mouse guard before filling the hole completely. Water, prune, and mulch young trees right after planting.

Follow These 10 Steps to Get 50-80 Pounds of Tomatoes from Every Plant You Grow

10 Steps to Get 50-80 Pounds of Tomatoes from Every Plant You Grow. Revealed: The Secret to Growing Juicy, Tasty, High-Yield Tomatoes

Enterprise Dwarf Apple A super-sized winesap type! Measures up to 4" in diameter. It has that old-time flavor combination of tart and sweet. This variety provides more fruit, with less peeling, to make excellent pies and tarts. Improved flavor, texture and disease resistance. Shipped at 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 Feet

Carmine Jewel Dwarf Cherry- Sweet: Zone 2b, 6.5' tall, firm red sweet flesh, self pollinating, 20-30 lb yield per plant, ripens late June to early July

Growing Cherries (Cherry Trees)

This is a guide about growing cherry trees. A cherry tree is a great addition to your yard. Fresh cherries make great snacks and can be frozen for use throughout the year.

10 Tips on Growing Dwarf Fruit Trees

A dwarf fruit tree is a small tree that bears regular-sized fruit. There are various sizes of dwarf trees, from some small enough to grow in box planters, up to "semi-dwarfs" .

How to Grow Apples Without Pesticides -

Yes, it is possible to grow big, beautiful apples without any spraying at all! Start with disease resistant varieties, and follow common sense permaculture principles. If you want truly perfect apples, go the extra mile and bag the young fruit.