Spring is a good time to start gardening again. Nature is beginning to spring back into life. Many of us are thinking about getting out and kick starting our gardens. Even if you have not grown fruit trees before, it is something that you should have a go at. Thanks to new varieties, fruit trees for sale are more exciting than ever before.
Can I Grow Fruit Trees In A Small Garden?
Yes, you can grow fruit trees in a small garden. Many small fruit trees are perfectly at home in a small garden.
Still, it is often presumed that fruit trees are only for larger garden. But, have a look at the new varieties of apple trees for sale, and you will soon realise that many are suitable for smaller gardens.
The Benefits of Growing Fruit Trees
Of course, you will end up with delicious fruit that you can share with family friends and friends. After all, nothing tastes like home-grown apples or other fruit. But, there are also other advantages to growing fruit trees in your garden.
Fruit trees are great for attracting beneficial insects and pollinators to your garden. One species that in particular benefit from fruit trees, are bees. The UK honey bee population has fallen in decline since we started to grow fewer fruit and apple trees in our gardens.
Bees love to harvest delicious nectar from all apple tree flowers. Also, attracting pollinators to your garden will benefit the overall health of your garden. It is a great way to achieve a good balance in your garden with using pesticides.
What Tree Is RightFor My Garden?
When you start looking around at apple trees for sale or other fruit trees for sale, it is a good idea to make a few notes about your garden. A top quality supplier and grower of fruit trees for sale, would need to know about local conditions. Is your soil heavy or do you have a clay based soil?
He would also need to know what direction your garden faces and how much space you have available.
When you need to find out detailed information about growing apple trees, it is a good idea to do yourresearch before you buy.
Surprisingly, most fruit trees need very little care. Once established, they will just get on with doing the job as it were. This is why it is so important to make sure that you buy the right tree, or trees, for your garden.
One final bit of advice. Always buy your fruit trees from a top quality grower that has experienced to make your new gardening project a success.