Fruit Trees & Bushes
Regardless of how small or big your property is, if you have a garden or yard, it can be very rewarding to grow fruit trees on it. It takes a lot of effort to ensure the trees get the right fertilizers, that they are watered and tended to regularly and that they are pruned, trimmed and mulched well. But if you do this with consistency, you will find that growing fruit-bearing trees in your yard isn’t that challenging at all.
Not only will these trees look pretty in your yard, but you will have access to fresh fruit too. If you want trees that are healthy and fertile enough to grow plenty of fruit, you will have to ensure that you are procuring the fruit seeds from a credible nursery. If you live anywhere in and around Stroudsburg, The Poconos, Somerville, East Stroudsburg, Hackettstown, the one place where you are assured of the best gardening supplies and plantings is RC Sons Garden Center.
We cater to customers in these areas as well as in and around Bethlehem, Allentown, Phillipsburg, Fullerton and Northampton. We encourage property owners to grow fruiting trees in their yards. Not only is it the ideal way of getting fresh produce and, but these trees reduce soil erosion, improve the quality of the air, attract pollination helpers such as bees etc.
Different Types of Fruit Trees
No matter which way you look at it, having plants is a definite value-add to your property. We can provide you a range of fruit tree seedlings including:
- Indoor Fruit Trees
- Heirloom Fruit Trees
- Stark Picks
- Multi-Grafted Fruit Trees
The different varieties of fruit trees you can buy from us are Apple, Apricot, Banana, and Cherry, Citrus, Dogwood, Fig, Mulberry, nectarine, Olive, Paw Paw, Peach, Pear, Persimmon, Plum Quince and a lot more.
Fruit Tree Growing - Things to Focus on
It’s important to buy these from a good tree nursery; but it’s also important to keep these aspects in mind while buying any fruit trees:
- Zone Compatibility - The climate in the area you want to plant the trees in
- Proper Pollination - If you want your fruit trees to be properly pollinated, the environment has to be right. While some trees are self-pollinating, all aren’t like that. Experts at our garden center will provide the best advice, to help you make a more well-informed choice.
- Mature Tree Size - The tree size has to be appropriate for the available space. While it may fit when you buy it, its roots and branches may become excessively large for a tight space, after it has grown.
If you have a compact area to growth tree in, it’s best to choose dwarf trees. They provide plenty of full-size fruit and you won’t need a ladder to pick them. Based on the amount of space available, you can also choose semi-dwarf or standard fruit trees.
For any more information about our fruiting trees call RC Sons Garden Center at 610-252-3830. If you choose to contact us via email, this is the online form to use.