5 Easy Backyard Fruit Trees
Remember, it's crucial to consider the specific climate, soil conditions, and sunlight availability in your area before choosing fruit trees for your backyard
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They are available in various sizes, including dwarf and semi-dwarf varieties, making them suitable for smaller spaces
These are perfect in warmer climates as they require a minimum of six hours of sunlight per day
Pruning is necessary to maintain the tree's shape, remove diseased or dead branches, and promote airflow
Fig trees only need dead or damaged branches pruned. They like well-drained soil and frequent irrigation.
While sweet cherries require a more extensive growing space, sour cherry trees are more compact and suitable for smaller yards