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Growing fruit trees at home is easy and fast. You don’t need a green thumb, or even a big garden. If you love gardening, than you can make plants growing any where else.
Here are simple to follow guide to takes you step by step through the process of planting your own fruit trees.
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Things you need
Use 90 Liter container, and with drainage system. It is very important so that the water can flow out and the plant will stay healthy.
Soil mix and nutrients such as compost soil, vermiculite, coconut coir, worms, leaves
Grass clippings is good for garden and to keep the soil moisture.
Sun – all plants need sun light to make food (sugars) in a process called photosynthesis. Plants make their own food by combining a gas called carbon dioxide, which they get from the air, with water from the soil.
Water – Make sure to water the tree when the top two inches of soil dry out every day then as needed depending on the weather conditions.
Fertilizer – make your own fertilizer, or food plants such as composting that will help the plants grow that save you money.
Flowering Fruit Trees
Early spring season, like apple, cherry, peach and pear, apricots, plums, apple trees has a beautiful fragrance flowers blossoms, pretty pink and white in color.
Each fruit starts with a flower. It must be cross-pollinated, generally by bees and other insects, the blossom falls off, giving way for the ovary to grow and expand into a fruit.
removable when weather forecast dictates
easily handled with care
save time about digging the soil
Plum is a good choice for small gardens. It’s grow as a small tree and produce with a heavy yield.
Place them in a pot, container and keep them on your porch, patio. This low maintenance tree is drought tolerant and disease resistance. Once the plums have gone from green to yellow they’re ripe and ready to be picked.
Do not throw your kitchen scraps out, reuse as compost fertilizer.
It’s builds good soil structure, enables soil to retain nutrients, water, and air against drought helps maintain a neutral pH, and protects plants from many diseases commonly found in the garden. Reduces the need for chemical fertilizers.
Fruit trees care tips for Fall / Winter season
Fertilizing fruit trees in containers to produce more fruits.