Category Fruit trees

Kiwi: from planting to harvesting kiwis
Fruit trees

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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Persimmon: the persimmon tree

Persimmon is a very original tree which gives wonderful fruits in the fall.In summary, what you should know: Name: Diospyros kakiFamily: EbenaceaeType: Fruit treeHeight: 6 to 15 m depending on species Exposure: Sunny Soil: Well drainedFoliage : Deciduous - Flowering: Summer - Harvest: Autumn Also read: Persimmon, a colorful fruit to brighten up the winter It is remarkable for its famous persimmons which look like large tomatoes or clementines.
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Decorative and generous, the vine

How about producing your own table grape? Take advantage of the fall to plant a vine in the garden. This robust plant is within the reach of all gardeners. Read also: cultivating the vine well Which vine variety to choose To make your life easier, choose a hardy species. The "Ampelia" amenity vines have been specially developed by the National Institute for Agronomic Research (INRA) to resist common diseases such as downy mildew, powdery mildew and gray rot.
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Vine: from planting to harvesting the grape

The vine is a very beautiful fruit tree, feasting us on its grapes at the end of summer.In summary, what you should know: Name: Vitis viniferaFamily: VitaceaeType: Fruit shrubHeight: 2 to 5 mExposition: SunnySoil: Ordinary , limestone Foliage: Deciduous - Harvest: End of summer Health: discover the benefits and virtues of the vines Maintenance, treatment and planting are all gestures that will allow you to quickly achieve very good harvests.
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Fishing: for great peaches in the garden

The peach tree is a wonderful fruit tree that requires some care for a good harvest of peaches.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Prunus Persica vulgarisFamily: RosaceaeType: Fruit treeHeight: 2 to 5 mClimate: Temperate and warmExposition: SunnySoil: Ordinary, well drained Foliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Spring - Harvest: Summer Health: health benefits and virtues of peaches Magazine: peach and nectarine, summer freshness Planting, maintenance and pruning of the peach tree are important to avoid diseases and to him ensure good growth.
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Medlar: a fruit tree to rediscover

The medlar is a fruit tree that has long been forgotten but which deserves to be rediscovered! Not to be confused with the Japanese medlar In summary, what you need to know: Name: Mespilus germanica Family: Rosaceae Type: Fruit tree Height: 4 to 6 Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rather rich, well drained Foliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Spring - Harvest: Autumn Place a medlar tree in your garden, and you will see the curiosity that it triggers around you.
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Poirier Beurré Hardy: early and abundant

The Beurré Hardy pear tree is one of the earliest fruit trees in our orchards with a harvest at the end of summer.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Pyrus cummunis Beurré HardyFamily: RosaceaeType: Fruit treeHeight: 5 at 15 mSol: Ordinary Exposure: Sunny Flowering: Spring - Pears harvest: September / October Pruning and planting are all maintenance procedures that will improve the harvest of your pears.
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Pear tree: how to grow it well

The pear tree is one of the most common fruit trees in our orchards. In summary, what you should know: Name: Pyrus cummunis Family: Rosaceae Type: Fruit tree Height: 5 to 15 m Soil: Ordinary Exposure: Sunny Foliage: Deciduous - Harvest of pears : Autumn Health: benefits and virtues of pears Planting, pruning or fertilizing are all maintenance procedures that will improve the harvest of pears.
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Mulberry and blackberries: delicious summer berries

Mulberry offers delicious blackberries during the summer. In summary, what you should know: Name: Rubus fruticosus Family: Rosaceae Type: Fruit shrub Height: 1 to 3 m Exposure: Sunny and partial shade Soil: Quite rich Foliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Summer - Harvest: End of summer Planting, pruning and maintenance , here are the actions to have a beautiful harvest of blackberries.
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Prune an apple tree and a pear tree well

Winter and the very beginning of spring is the season for pruning pear and apple trees, although pruning is never essential, it nevertheless helps to promote tree growth and fruit trees. you'll never make big mistakes if you follow these tips for proper apple and pear pruning.
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Store the apples well

If there is one fruit that can be stored for many months and that can be enjoyed until the dead of winter, it is the apple. Preservative fruit par excellence, apples can be stored in good conditions until Christmas and sometimes even beyond.From picking to storage, here are the rules to follow for optimal conservation of apples.
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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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