Even on the smaller home lots there is usually a place for a few fruit trees. In many cases a small home orchard is possible. In smaller places fruit trees can be worked in with the landscape planting. As a whole, fruit trees grow rapidly and if well cared for they are tidy and a desirable feature of the landscape…Continue
Looking for a tree to plant this fall? The Arborday Foundation has a cleaver tree wizard that lets you choose and buy a tree in just three simple steps using their Tree Wizard. Most trees are seedlings and less than $10.00.
Even if you have limited space, you can still enjoy fresh fruit. Although not all fruit trees thrive in containers for long periods of time, you can grow any fruit tree in a container for a few years and then transplant it. You can also choose a dwarf variety, which is well suited to living in a container.
Some of the most popular dwarf citrus trees to grow in containers are:
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There are many varieties of maple trees. Silver and Red maple trees are two of the most common. Many prefer Maples for their color. Did you know they are also great trees to plant on the on the south and west sides of your house for energy…Continue
Happy independence day! I am sure many of you are familiar with heroes of the revolutionary war like Paul Revere and George Washington, but have heard of the Dongan Oak at Prospect Park. The Bowery Boys blog writes, "The Dongan Oak was a tree of terrific size at least a hundred years old by the time Washington's army took this area, now known as Battle Pass. By cutting down this tree, the…Continue
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