The fruit Orchard - page 2

Fruit trees are a must-have in any garden that aims for both beauty and productivity. Pruning and care is straightforward for delicious harvests!

Nectarine, the tree that bears nectarines

The nectarine tree belongs to the same family as the peach tree, and it is an exceptional fruit tree that calls for a little care before harvesting the nectarines.
Soft nectarine growing on a tree.

Best practices to enhance fruit harvest

Why does a fruit tree’s blooming already share much about the quality of its fruit-bearing? How can we enhance the fruit harvest? Pollination plays a critical role in the formation of fruits.
Increase fruit harvest - a basket of apples.

Fig tree, generous from North to South

The fig tree isn’t reserved to hot-weather climates in the South. Some hardy varieties make it possible to harvest these sweet fruits even in regions up North.
Fig tree leaves on a clothesline with clothes pins, the left one is yellowish and the right one greenish in hue.

Wooed by an apple tree

Want to discover how enjoyable it is to sink your teeth into an apple from your very own garden? Planting a formed apple tree is the first step, and you’ll know that crunchy bite as soon as next fall!
Apple tree plantation with red and green apples

Red berries for the summer

Raspberry, black currant, red currant: to ensure a plentiful harvest of small fruits in the following summer, plant in fall.
Red currant, one of the most popular summer berries.

Apricots, little bites of sun

A few words about apricots in France… 2012 apricot production in France – 160,900 tons 1 Production areas in France – Languedoc-Roussillon, the Rhône river area, the Mediterranean coastal areas.
Healthy apricots on branch.

Tiny fruit trees for small gardens and decks

A small fruit tree is ideal for large gardens but they also fit right in to tighter spaces like a balcony, deck, terrace or small garden, both in the city and in the country.
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