Tree Gardening for a Sweet and Delicious Fruits

Fruity Trees to Plant in Your Garden

If you’re like most people, you lack the time to cultivate your fresh produce in a garden. It takes time to grow fresh produce, and you might have other things that need to be done, such as working and spending time with family and friends. However, growing your fresh produce and doing tree gardening can be very relaxing and rewarding. In addition to fresh produce, you have the option of growing trees like the fruit trees below:

Plums

Many plum trees, like the Prunus domestica, can be small and hard to notice. They prefer growing in climes that are not so hot, so you should think about the region where you want to grow your plums. Plum trees love the full sun and can grow to 15-20 feet in height. When it comes to caring, you will want to dig up your plums every year.

Goji Berries

Goji berries are bright red fruit that grows on a small shrub. Goji is grown in the Himalayas and has been known to have medicinal properties. It is legal in the U.S. and enjoys full sun to partial shade.

Pomegranates

This fruit comes in various colors, from white to red. The seeds inside can be used to make various dishes and are known for their health benefits, which include lowering blood pressure. They are very popular for their fruit cups and come in different colors, including white, red, and blue. They prefer full sun and will grow to about 30 feet in height.

Damson Plum

The damson plum tree has several desirable qualities, including a low, compact crown, tolerance for various soil types; cold hardiness; disease resistance; and the capacity to grow with little to no care. Its juicy, tart plums are also fantastic for home canning.

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