Future food forest

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Imagine having fruit to pick from your garden 365 days of the year. With careful planning its more than possible, even in a town sized garden.

To make space for more fruit choose dwarf varieties and those that can be trained against a wall. Fruit trees don’t just provide fruit they’re multifunctional. For instance, If you need shade, plant a fruit tree or a fruiting vine over a pergola. Double and triple grafted trees allow you to grow two varieties on one tree, ensuring pollination and extending the harvest season at the same time.

Take time when planning your planting to select varieties with different fruiting times and those that also suit your climate. Some fruit trees need a certain amount of winter chilling before they will produce fruit. Others are for warm frost free climates only.

For a sample of what you could plant, click HERE

For all the help you need to plan your future food forest go to Waimea Nurseries informative website, www.waimeanurseries.co.nz.

Look for these products, tips and advice at a Go Gardening Store near you.

Feature article from Waimea Nurseries. For further information and more inspirational planting ideas, visit www.waimeanurseries.co.nz



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