If you only have a terrace or a little courtyard where you can not plant the real apple tree or pear tree, the solution for you is a dwarf variant. Mini-fruit is a hit in the world that you can buy with us in better nurseries.
This fruit is easy to grow, save and protect, so you will not need special knowledge to pick up delicious fruits. It is even possible to extend the season of matured such fruits, because you can place them in protected areas.
Although they take up little space, the dwarf fruits give large and beautifully colored fruits, dominate the environment, and it is especially pleasant that children themselves can pick and eat. Due to all this, it is no wonder that the demand for dwarf fruits is growing, and the most popular are apples, peaches, pears, cherries and plums. Dwarf varieties have a low growth tree and are mostly inbred. In eight to ten years they reach a maximum height of 1.5 m. Various species mature in different periods: apple from late August to early October, apricot during July, pear from late September to early October, cherry from late May to late July, nectarine from July to September, peach from July to September, and plum in August.
Mushroom fruit is grown and sold in containers that can not be their permanent habitat. Not all fruits remain low in growth, yet they do not develop the dimensions of their great relatives. Decorative pots of clay, plastics or wood are a good solution, but they must be large enough to allow the root to develop normally. It is also necessary to check every spring whether the fruit has grown out of the pot.
When choosing a transplant, take care that there is a large enough opening for swelling the water. Of course, a high-quality, nutritious country is also important. When transplanting, busen is planted at the same depth as in the previous pots.
Secure the sunny habitat with fruit trees and water them well two or three times a week, which is much better than daily surface watering. No excessive storage is required. In spring, pots contain 20-25 g of fertilizer mixed with the substrate. They all need a lot of sunshine because it creates sugar in the fruit, which means more sunshine – a sweet fruit.