Category Fruit trees

Apple tree: planting, pruning and care
Fruit trees

Apple tree: planting, pruning and care

The apple tree is one of the most common and appreciated fruit trees in our orchards.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Malus communisFamily: RosaceaeType: fruit treeHeight: 5 to 10 mExposition: SunnySoil: Rich, well drainedFlowering: Spring - Harvest: August to November depending on the variety Health: benefits and virtues of the apple If the number of varieties of apples is important, the cultivation of all apple trees remains close.

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Fruit trees for small gardens and terraces

The small fruit tree is ideal for large but also for balconies, small gardens and terraces, whether in the city or in the country. Often very productive and easy to maintain, the solution of small fruit trees is suitable perfect for balconies and small gardens where it is impossible to cultivate the large fruit trees of the traditional orchard.
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Corylus avellana: hazelnuts for your garden

Corylus avellana, better known under the name of common hazel or sometimes avelinier, is an interesting fruit shrub for its delicious hazelnuts, green or blond.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Corylus avellanaFamily: BetulaceaeType: Fruit shrubHeight: 3 to 6 m Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary, well drained Foliage: Deciduous Flowering: February to April Harvest: Autumn Health: benefits and virtues of hazelnuts on health Planting of Corylus avellana You should plant Corylus avellana preferably in the fall to promote rooting before the 'winter.
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Kiwis in the garden

If you love kiwis, so rich in vitamin C, then don't wait any longer to grow them in the garden! The amount of fruit produced by Actinidia, this liana-like shrub, will amaze you.Originally from the forests of central China, Actinidia is not only easy to grow, but also very productive, vigorous and not very susceptible to disease.
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Which fruit tree for my garden?

The available space, the altitude, the quality of the soil are all elements to take into account in choosing the tree that will decorate your garden. An apple tree in the plain Harvested from July to the end of October, the apple is the favorite fruit of the French. Each household consumes around 16 kg per year.
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Tasty strawberries

If you no longer want to consume the bland strawberries sold in supermarkets, grow a square of organic strawberries! Also read: Growing strawberries wellStrawberry groundingBenefits and virtues of strawberriesRising strawberries or not? Whether you buy your strawberry plants at market, garden center or mail order, you will have to choose between varieties of strawberries rising or not.
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Fig tree: an elegant and productive tree

The fig tree is a beautiful fruit tree, with original foliage and delicious figs In summary, what you need to know: Name: Ficus carica Family: Moraceae Type: Fruit tree Height: 5 to 10 m Exposure: Sunny Soil: ordinary Foliage: Deciduous Structure: May to September - Harvest of figs: Summer Planting, maintenance and pruning will greatly contribute to the quality of the fig harvest.
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The fig tree, generous from North to South

It is not reserved for Mediterranean gardens: varieties that are not too chilly allow it to harvest its sweet fruits even in the north of the Loire. If you like figs, don't hesitate to plant a fig tree. The large number of current varieties allows it to be grown in all regions, provided you choose it well and place it well.
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Blackcurrant: small but productive

The blackcurrant is the shrub that offers us this delicious fruit, blackcurrant. Easy to grow, here are our tips from planting to harvest.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Ribes nigrumFamily: GrossulariaceaeType: Fruit shrubHeight: 100 to 120 cmExposure: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFoliage: DeciduousFlowering: AprilHarvest: SummerRead also Blackcurrant health benefits Planting, pruning and caring for blackcurrants, here's how to improve the blackcurrant harvest.
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Olive tree in a pot: ideal on the terrace

The olive tree in pot is a very good idea to decorate a terrace or a balcony.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Olea europeaFamily: OleacéesType: TreeHeight: 1 to 3 mExposition: SunnySoil: CompostFoliage: EvergreenHarvest: September to December The maintenance, pruning and watering of the potted olive tree condition the good development of olive trees and olives.
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Apricot tree: for delicious apricots

The apricot tree is a wonderful fruit tree that requires some care to harvest beautiful apricots.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Prunus ArmeniacaFamily: RosaceaeType: Fruit treeHeight: 5/6 mExposition: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFoliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Spring - Harvest: Summer Planting, maintenance and pruning are important to prevent disease and ensure proper development of your apricot tree.
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Gooseberry: have beautiful currants

The currant tree also called grape offers wonderful little currants during the summer.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Ribes grossulariaFamily: GrossulariaceaeType: fruit treeHeight: 100 to 150 cmExposure: SunnyFoliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Spring - Harvest: SummerHealth : benefits and virtues of the currant Planting, pruning and maintenance are all actions that will improve the harvest of currants.
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Red fruits for summer

Raspberries, blackcurrants, red currants: to ensure a berry harvest next summer, plant it in the fall. Children love them, they allow you to concoct delicious jams: red fruits are a must in the garden! Purchased bare roots, raspberries, black currants and currants are planted from November to March, outside the frost period.
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Kiwi: from planting to harvesting kiwis

The kiwi is a delicious fruit to taste in season but also very rich in vitamin C. In summary, what you need to know: Name: Actinidia chinensis Family: Actinidiaceae Type: Climbing, fruit tree Height: 4-5 m Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rich, well drained Foliage : Deciduous - Flowering: Spring - Harvest: Autumn Read also: health benefits and virtues of kiwifruit
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Ficus carica: the common fig tree

The ficus carica, better known as the fig tree, is the tree that produces the famous green, black or purple figs.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Ficus caricaFamily: MoraceaeType: Fruit treeHeight: 5 to 10 mExposure: Sunny Soil: ordinary Foliage: Deciduous Fructification: May to September Harvest: July and August Its fruits are eaten for their taste qualities but also for their benefits on stress and digestion.
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Actions to improve fruit harvest

Why does the quality of the flowering of a fruit tree already indicate the quality of its fruiting? Pollination plays a decisive role in the formation of fruits. The future harvest is already being prepared at this point. Then, throughout the fruiting process, actions will help you to have more beautiful fruits.
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The plum tree, we do not plant it "for plums"

Quetsche, mirabelle plum, queen claude, sloe ... To have the happiness of tasting these varieties directly on the tree, plant plum trees in your garden. In August and September, plums delight us: ripe queens, plums and sloes for jams… There are also Japanese plums, cherry plums and even hybrid plums and apricots.
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Plum tree: how to have beautiful plums

The plum tree, magnificent from spring to autumn, offers abundant harvests of plums.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Prunus domesticaFamily: RosaceaeType: Fruit treeHeight: 5 to 6 mExposition: SunnySoil: Quite richFoliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Spring - Harvest: Summer Read also: Plum: health benefits and virtues Plum: history, cultivation and use in cooking Planting, maintenance and pruning are important to avoid diseases and ensure good development of your plum tree.
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Strawberry: from planting to harvesting strawberries

Strawberries are a plant appreciated by their strawberries, fruits with tender and fragrant flesh.In summary, what you should know: Name: Fragaria vescaFamily: RosaceaeType: Perennial fruit, fruit treeHeight: 15 to 20 mExposition: Sun, partial shadeSoil : Rich and well-drained Foliage: Deciduous Harvest: April to October Learn to lay a strawberry plant How to have tasty strawberries Strawberry jam recipe Benefits and virtues of strawberries for health Planting, maintenance, watering strawberries, greatly participate in improving the harvest of strawberries strawberries.
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Raspberry: delicate fruits

Raspberry is easy to grow and offers an abundant harvest.In summary, what you should know: Name: Rubus idaeusFamily: RosaceaeType: Fruit shrubHeight: 1 to 2 mExposure: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFoliage: DeciduousFlowering: May to October depending on the typeHarvest: June to October, depending on the variety Health: benefits and virtues of raspberries Planting, training, maintenance and pruning will allow you to have magnificent raspberries.
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Cherry: an easy and generous fruit tree

The cherry tree is a fruit tree, easy to grow, very appreciated for its delicious cherries.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Prunus cerasusFamily: RosaceaeType: Fruit treeHeight: 6 to 15 mExposition: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFoliage: Deciduous - Flowering : April _ Harvest: May to July depending on the variety Planting, maintaining and pruning the cherry tree will allow you to have a beautiful harvest of cherries.
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