The jujube is a small, deciduous tree, growing to 40 feet tall in Florida, but smaller in size in California. The naturally drooping tree is graceful, ornamental and often thorny with branches growing in a zig-zag pattern. The wood is very hard and…
Source: JUJUBE Fruit Facts
The white mulberry, and to a lesser extent the red mulberry, are quite tolerant of drought, pollution and poor soil. The white mulberry is considered a weed tree in many parts of the country including urban areas. The black mulberry is…
Source: MULBERRY Fruit Facts
Learn three steps to restoring old orchards and bringing old fruit trees back to life with Barb Burhill of City Fruit in Seattle.
Source: Learn About Restoring Old Orchards With City Fruit Seattle
Wondering when to prune fruit trees? In this blog we explore which trees benefit most from winter pruning and when summer pruning is best.
Source: When to prune fruit trees? | Orchard People Fruit Tree Care
No room for a full sized fruit tree in your yard. Opt for a small fruit tree instead like a Meyer Lemon tree which you can grow indoors during the winter and on a sunny patio in summer months. Lear…
Source: How to grow a Meyer Lemon Tree
The debate is raging from Toronto, Canada to Basel, Switzerland – should we plant fruit trees and community orchards in public parks? Enthusiastic residents and fans of urban agriculture say …
Source: Should we plant community orchards in public parks?
Tomas Wilson of spirit Tree Cidery introduces the Tolman Sweet apple, great for sauce, drying and cider.
Source: Apple Tree Cultivar Profile: Tolman Sweet
Learn how slender spindle pruning can allow you to plant more apple trees – and to produce a bigger harvest – in a small space.
Source: Quick Fruit Tree Care Tips: Slender Spindle Pruning
Learn to grow fig trees and lemon trees indoors during the winter even if you live in a cold climate! Listen to The Urban Forestry Radio Show Podcast featuring Steve Biggs, author of Grow Figs Wher…
Source: How to Grow Fig Trees and Lemon Trees Indoors
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Tips on planting apple, plum, pear, cherry and other fruit trees from bare-root stock.
Spring — as soon after the ground thaws as possible — is…