How To Make Your Fruit Trees Bear Fruit

How To Make Your Fruit Trees Bear Fruit

Many people get frustrated when the fruit trees they plant in their gardens seem to take forever to bear fruit. It can take years for a fruit tree to become established enough to produce flowers, let alone fruit and it can take even longer for the tree to support a true crop. Before you give up on your orchard, run through these check points. A standard size peach or apricot can start producing fruit when it is 3-5 years old. Standard size apple, pear, cherry, apricot and plum trees take a little longer, from 3-5 years. There are other factors that affect when your tree starts to bear. Read about them in the source.

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How To Make Your Fruit Trees Bear Fruit