Fruit trees - page 3

Fruit trees are a must-have in any garden that aims for both beauty and productivity. These animal-friendly plantations are a boon for us and animals alike when the harvest season sets on. Pruning and caring for them is straightforward and they’ll forgive you for making mistakes at the beginning. Growing them is compatible with lower, ground-covering crops or flower beds, too!

Summer care for fruit trees

Over the summer, don’t pass on the few chores that will lead your orchard and vegetable patch to abundant and high-quality harvests.

Plant fruit trees!

Cherries, apples, pears… What a joy it is to harvest the fruits from your own garden! Fall is the perfect season for planting fruit trees.
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Winter pruning of seed fruit trees

Although pruning is definitely a human invention, and trees can go without it to develop naturally, it presents the advantage of renewing the plant’s vigor and increasing its fruit productivity.

Alsace Damson plum trees

The Alsace damson plum tree, magnificent from spring to fall, offers abundant harvests of damsons.

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.