Fruit Trees For Small Gardens

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Tangerine Mandarin Citrus Fruit Tree Seedsitrus trees are some of the most popular fruit trees grown in warm winter climates.Citrus fruits are tasty, a high source of vitamin C, can be squeezed for juices, are used in cooking, make great snacks and even look great as garnishes. The trees gro...
Crescentia Cujete, Calabash Tree, Rare Fruit Tree From The CaribbeanThe fruit of the calabash tree taste sweet. The dried hollowed fruits musical instruments are made in their home. The tree can be well kept as a houseplant and in summer in the garden.
Common Fig Fruit Tree (20) Seeds - Ficus CaricaThis listing is for 20 seeds of this wonderful plant. Germination instructions are included with every purchase.
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Here at Just Garden Plants we have plenty of trees for sale uk.  We have bare root trees for sale as well.  With bare root trees make sure when you receive them that you give the roots a good soak with water before planting. You will be better off planting them later then planting them straight away if conditions are not right.  Spend some time healing them and then plant them when they look healthy. Dig the hole just before you plant your bare root trees for sale.

We also have a lot of other fruit trees for sale, like berry trees, orange trees plus heaps more, like apple trees for sale.  The apple tree for sale usually grows between three and twelve meters in height and can provide great shade in summer.  The apples will most likely come in Autumn but it will have flowers in spring.

So why not buy your fruit trees online and have them delivered right to your doorstep by our trusted fruit tree suppliers in the UK.

We have so many products and our trees for sale online are great quality some of the best trees for sale in the UK. We also have cherry trees for sale, with cherry trees you will get either sweet or sour depending on the type of cherry tree.  They can range from 2 meters to about 9 meters 

Another one we have on offer is dwarf fruit trees for sale in the UK. Are you sick of having to get a ladder and climb the tree to pick the fruit?  Maybe you should look in to our dwarf trees for sale in the UK.  Also if you only have a small amount of space they are perfect as they will not grow to the size as some of the other trees.

So why not buy fruit trees online.  


Preparing Your Garden for the Winter

Some people believe that when the weather starts getting colder and the leaves start to fall, it is time to put away the gardening tools and wait
until next spring to work on their garden again. Wrong. Winter is an important time to maintain your garden’s health and assure yourself a good
crop for next year. You may think that might take to long to prepare your garden, but the truth is that it takes less than one day to prepare your
garden for the upcoming winter.

When the nighttime temperatures drop to less than forty-five degrees Fahrenheit for more than four days in a row, or frost is forecasted for
your area (usually around late October or November) you know its time to begin preparing your garden. You should begin by evaluating your garden design, check which plants grew well in the past season, and which plants did not do well. Fall is a good time to decide which plants will remain in you garden next year, and which ones should go.

It is also a good time to decide which new plants you want to grow. To make your garden more colorful and healthy, be sure only to plant the more hardy plants during the fall so that they can withstand the winter. Some plants that will do fine being planted in fall are: rudbeckia, Aster
Novi-belgii, Anemone Japonica, panicle hyandea, endive, escarole, and Brussels sprouts. You can find all of these and more in gardening magazines or your local nursery.

After you have finished this you should begin cleaning up your garden. Begin by pulling out weeds that may have cropped up, and raking fallen
leaves. Weeds and rotten leaves can carry insects and diseases that might be harmful to your garden. You should also rid your garden of spent annual plants, and harvest your vegetables and other plants that cannot withstand the winter weather. After fall has come and gone, the leaves will be off your trees and you can see the rotten branches. Trimming off the unwanted branches from your trees isn’t necessary to your gardens health, but may help later on by not dropping branches on your plants and not blocking too much of the sun.

If you have younger trees you should consider wrapping them and supporting them with stakes to help them survive the winter wind and cold. Putting mulch over your garden for the winter can be a helpful way to protect plants from sudden temperature changes and heavy snow. For mulch you cause about five inches of shredded bark, pine needles, or a variety of other materials. You have to be careful not to mulch too early, because some insects may still be alive and able to take shelter in it for the winter.

Once you are finished with your gardening tools you should clean them and make sure they are in a safe place where they won’t rust and you know where they’ll be for next year. Before winter comes you should always set out slug repellent, as slugs are one of the worst bugs to have in your garden. If you have a pool or fountain in your garden, be sure to take out any fish that you have in them and bring them inside. Winter will soon pass and turn to Spring and those glorious Garden Days!!! 


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