If you want to have fruits all year round we advise you put different varieties in your garden that fructify in a staggered way, in this way you can enjoy fresh fruits continuously. The important thing is to mix cultivars that have an early, medium and late maturation so that the harvest can be prolonged.
In case you have little space you can choose grafted trees on dwarfing patterns that will give you a tree with a small bearing. The apple tree is a tree that you can place in a very small space obtaining good results.
You can take advantage of a bow or pergola for the cultivation of granadilla, grapevine, kiwi. If among the different species of trees you have to choose only one, we advise you to be a self-fertile one, that is, to self-pollinate yourself.
The ideal soil for the cultivation of fruit trees should not be too sandy or too clay, the ideal is an intermediate soil. It has to be deep, that there is no rock layer or impenetrable underneath. The soil should be at least one meter deep until the hardest layers are reached.
For what fruit trees develop optically They should be rich in organic matter and high content of mineral nutrients such as phosphorus, potassium, magnesium. The ideal pH is between 6 and 7. In the case of limestone soils, with more than 10 percent limestone, peaches, nectarines, pear trees, avocado, citrus kiwifruit (orange, mandarin, lemon, grapefruit) should be avoided .
Some species of fruit trees that are more resistant to all types of soils, they are cherry, plum, quince, almond, olive.
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