Plant Dwarf Fruit Trees Now!

Jan 27, 2013

You know, it IS the best time to get those fruit trees in the ground in N. Texas, right? So maybe you don't have space for a 20 foot peach tree...what about a 6-footer then? Check out all the new dwarf fruit tree varieties coming on to the market these days. 'Bonfire' and 'Bonanza' peaches reach only 6-feet in hight. New urban columnar apples stay 2-ft wide and 6-8ft tall. Check with your local garden center for all new compact varieties.

Meanwhile, check out my latest Good Morning Texas on fruit trees and plants!


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Jan 28, 2013
12:40 pm

I tried to comment on your onion post but the magic words were missing. 

Thanks for the reminder for onions.  It will soon be time to plant mine too and I need to get busy preparing the garden.

I also wanted to try a dwarf peach this year, and need to prune my apple trees.  I never seem to do that right.

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