Dwarf cherry is best for small gardens, great choice of fruit trees as it offers beautiful blossoms in early Spring and a harvest of delicious fruit in the summer months.
It’s small size and heavy bearing fruit trees a self fertile. It is easy to maintain and pick! It give you a decent yield of tasty and sweet, dark cherries in early July.
Things you need:
Container size – choose 90 L container
2. Soil composition – potting soil vermiculite, compost, coconut fibers and grass clippings. It’s contains nutrients that will help the tree grow. Poor soil will produce poor results and the best crops are found on fertile healthy soil. Soil should be well drained.
3. Fertilizer – fruit trees are need nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium as well as various minerals to keep healthy growth. This can be found in vegetable waste, fruit waste, glass clippings, dry leaves, worms and much more.
4. Worms – Earthworms swallow soil as they burrow and feed on microorganisms and partially decomposed organic matter in the soil. They improve soil structure, water movement, nutrient cycling and plant growth. Their role in the soil to keep moisture beneficial.
Worms help to increase the amount of air and water that gets into the soil. They break down organic matter, like leaves and grass into things that plants can use.
Grass clippings are high in nitrogen and break down quickly
Location/Sun – place in full 8 hrs sun a day to grow well. The sun helps plants grow by providing energy for the process of growing. Plants convert inorganic resources, such as sunlight, water, carbon dioxide, and minerals, into organic resources. They use the energy from the sun, or other light and use it to make their food.
Water – when the soil dry out every day, then as needed depending on the weather conditions
Pruning – The best time to prune tree is in late winter or very early spring before any new growth starts.