I am so glad I found out the easy trick and the 6-inch rule for my fruit trees. It has made all of the difference in the world and finally have flourishing, delicious fruits. This is one of those gardening tips to NOT MISS if you have fruit trees!
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Cocktail Kiwi Plant - Grows up to 6 feet in one season. Grapevine like plant produces up to 400 miniature fuzz-free kiwis every year. Hardy in Zones 5-11, grown as an annual everywhere else.
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Espaliered fruit trees. We have a Bartlett Pear tree like this, I gotta learn how to take care of it :)
Espalier Trees- One basic form, the double horizontal cordon, can be shaped in essentially two years. This form is best for pears and apples.
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Espalier apple and pear trees in Prince Charles' walled Kitchen Garden at Highgrove, UK. Photo via http://www.highgrovegardens.com/highgrove-gardens-information.html.
The perfect blend of pretty and productive, these fruit trees can be grown like houseplants.