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February 21, 2010

Time to Plant Fruit Trees

Filed under: fruit — Tags: , , , — TopVeg @ 10:08 am

There is still time to plant fruit trees.



The planting season is in their dormant season,  any time during the winter and early Spring months.

  • Bare root fruit trees should be planted out when they are dormant  – from late October   until February or early March.  November & December are the best months as it gives the fruit trees time to settle in before the growing season.
  • Pot grown fruit trees can be planted out almost anytime, as long as they are watered well & looked after for a good couple of years after planting


Growing fresh fruit gives lasting rewards!  Fruit trees yield fruit year after year!  Fruit is easy to store and contributes to  a healthy diet

Fruit trees can be grown in a variety of places, and there are varieties for small spaces.  Places to grow fruit trees include:

  • vegetable  garden
  • flower garden
  • allotment
  • patio
  • decking
  • balcony


Click this link to buy some fruit trees whilst there is still time to plant them.

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