Beautiful and Edible – filling your landscape with delicious trees and bushes including: apple, cherry, peach, pear, plum, blueberries, & raspberries.
Stepping into a grocery store and tossing a bag of oranges or apples in your shopping cart is great. Who does not enjoy some fresh fruits? Going out and picking fresh fruits from the tree, however, is a different experience altogether. There is an undeniable charm to the idea of picking fruits straight from an orchard.
However, not everyone has the adequate space for an orchard, and growing fruits in a small space may seem like a daunting task. With the right selection of fruits for small spaces, though, you can enjoy picking fruits off the tree in your own backyard.
If you have determined to plant a fruit tree in your yard, the next step would be purchasing a new fruit tree. There are a number of factors you can take into consideration – the most important of which is the climate of where you live. You must ascertain that the fruit trees you purchase can thrive in your climate. The next step is deciding which of those fruits you want in your yard. Some of the most popular fruits may include apple, cherry, peach, pear, plum, blueberries and raspberries. You may also want to acknowledge the maintenance costs of these trees as they can require a lot of attention to grow well. For added practicality and lower-up keeping, you can consider the modern dwarf varieties of these trees as it requires both less space and preservation efforts.
“How can a fruit tree offer financial benefits?” you ask? The most apparent benefit is that you no longer have to go to a market and buy fruits you grow once your tree starts producing them. Furthermore, you may even be able to sell some fruits from the tree or work them as gifts to your loved ones. Lastly, a beautiful and wholesome tree in your yard can add to the value of your real estate.
Apart from providing you with the sheer joy of picking out fresh fruit without stepping out of your home, fruit trees can also contribute to a healthy ecosystem. Fruit trees produce fresh oxygen, rendering you and your family cleaner air to breathe in, and encouraging wildlife to flourish.
Growing a fruit tree in your backyard is great, but it’s also important to maintain the tree well. Ensuring that the tree is always healthy, you can keep your tree in the best condition, prevent it against various threats and diseases, and reap the most delicious and juicy fruits.