Tuesday, June 2, 2015

The Best Fruit Trees to Plant this Year

Honeycrisp Apple Tree   Apple Trees - Honeycrisp - If you prefer to grow your own fruit from trees there are several wonderful varieties to plant from apple to cherry and plum trees.  While fruit trees require care and maintenance their delicious and healthy fruits are something we can enjoy and share with friends and family.  We had apple and pear trees growing up and they yielded some of the most enjoyable fruits I have ever tasted.  Here are some of the suggested tree that are good to plant in your yard.  The Honeycrisp Apple Tree  is consistently one of the best-selling apples on the market and the price and availability often reflect that. Getting a Honeycrisp apple tree from Nature Hills is a healthy investment in your family’s future.
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Some of the benefits of this tree are that the round yellow fruit with a red blush ripen in September and don’t immediately drop when ripe, so you can take your time in picking them.

It only grows to 20 feet and spreads an equal distance so it is the perfect size for an urban or suburban garden. Its low canopy makes it ideal for planting under power lines or in other such troublesome locations.

It needs full sun for optimal growth and you can increase your fall yield if you plant another variety close by to aid in pollination. Suggested pollinators are Gala, Granny Smith, Empire, McIntosh and Red Delicious. It is not pollinated by Gravenstein.   Order an Apple Tree Online....

Pear Tree - Bartlett  Bartlett Pear Tree - The Bartlett is an excellent choice whether you’re an experienced gardener or trying something new. 

It’s fast-growing so you won’t have long to wait for a harvest.  It also tends to be long-lived so you’re unlikely to face the disappointment of losing a tree you’ve cared for and enjoyed. 

If you live in an urban environment, that’s ok too as the Bartlett adapts well to urban pollution.  Bartlett’s don’t need to have other trees for cross pollination.  You can have just one and still get high quality pears. 
The Bartlett is a delightful fruit tree.  It grows 10-15 feet in height with an upright branching oval form that will create a charming silhouette for your landscape. The Bartlett pear is a beautiful tree with exceptional fruit.  The fruit keeps well in storage, and is prized for use in preserves, tarts and other dishes.  Of course, it also tastes great right off the tree!  The Bartlett is an outstanding choice for a lovely tree that also provides an ample harvest.  How to Order the Bartlett Pear Tree Online Now....
* Delicious Fruit* Fast Growing Small Tree* Long lived

Cherry Tree - Early Richmond  Early Richmond Cherry Tree - Early Richmond Cherry is a hardy, rounded tree that will produces prolifically for many years. It grows only 15' tall with a span of 10'-20', so won’t take up much space in your yard.  In fact, it can be held to almost any height with summer pruning.

Your Early Richmond Cherry Tree was known in England as early as 1500 when settlers brought it to the US. They certainly must have valued its hardy nature and exceptional fruit to bring it with them to their new homeland, and once you begin to experience this remarkable cherry tree in your own yard, you will too.

* Delicious, early maturity fruit
* Spring flowers
* Wildlife interest
* Hardy
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