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Mini Orchard

It’s a dream of mine to one day own an orchard.  Not a huge commercial one… but a few rows of fruit trees in my backyard.  I don’t have enough land right now to have a whole orchard, but I do enjoy planting fruit trees every chance I get.  I figure if it is gonna be a deciduious tree it might as well give me fruit.  I’ve been wanting to plant this section along our fence line for a year and finally got around to it this month!  We added another peach tree, two nectarines, and two arborvitae and one juniper for evergreen color and fluff.  Of course everything is still really short, but in a few years they should hide the fence a little more… and maybe even give me fruit!  That is the hardest thing about planting fruit trees… you should cut all the fruit off of them for the first two years so they can work on their roots.  So even if you plant a fruit tree it will be a few years before you get any fruit.  So my advice… if you want fruit trees plant them first!  That will give them a chance to grow so that you can enjoy them sooner!

Top photo shows the new trees looking down the fence line and one little peach on the peach tree I got two years ago!  Maybe I’ll get a full grown peach this year!

The bottom photo shows the new peach tree (on the left) the nectarine (in the middle) and the arborvitae and juniper (on the right.)

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  • May 21, 2014 - 8:39 am

    Anna - Awesome! I love fruit trees. I have a little apple tree I’ve been growing from seed. I planted some apple seeds from a farmer’s market apple as an experiment one fall. When it started growing in the spring I was shocked! Its about 2 years old now 🙂

  • May 21, 2014 - 9:11 am

    Lelia - That is awesome Anna! I’d love to have apple trees but there is too much rust in the yard for me to keep them alive. (There was a massively infected tree in my yard when I moved in… I took it down, but I’m sure the spores are still here so no apples or pears for me)

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