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Zone 10 dwarf fruit trees, 2-4 years old, that I bought from a nursery were not looking great as I drove past them. Today I took a chance. I cut them down to 20 feet (6 meters). They were growing at least as tall as the surrounding trees and looked great. The nursery guy was very unhappy about that, but I paid for them. In fact, I didn't even have to move the trees. I just had to cut them down.

I'll have to get to it some other time because I didn't want to disturb them today.

Zone 10 dwarf fruit trees, 2-4 years old, that I bought from a nursery were not looking great as I drove past them. Today I took a chance. I cut them down to 20 feet (6 meters). They were growing at least as tall as the surrounding trees and looked great. The nursery guy was very unhappy about that, but I paid for them. In fact, I didn't even have to move the trees. I just had to cut them down.

I'll have to get to it some other time because I didn't want to disturb them today.

They're beautiful trees - really, they're gorgeous. I've never seen them growing anywhere but a nursery. I love their little bracts, too.I don't know much about fruit trees but I do know you're supposed to prune them about once a year and prune back to the graft as far as you dare. They look to be about 3' tall or so? You're probably doing them a favor by pruning them back to the graft. I have a few pomegranate trees around here (I know, pomegranates are fruit, not nuts, right? Right.) and they look much the same as these.

Hi folks, I'm back to take a look at your entries, and wow, what an amazing assortment. I can't believe the beautiful trees you all have. If you don't know what it's like to have a huge orchard of beautiful fruit trees in the back yard, then you probably shouldn't mess with mine. They've been in the ground and producing since I got them in 2000, and they're doing well, even now. Now I have to make sure I don't lose them, but I'm doing fine so far.

I've made the best decision of all for a new orchard, just when I got this computer (the best orchard purchase I ever made!). I got myself an orchard planter, a big guy, and I bought a plastic tub, and I started putting things in there for each tree. Now, instead of just having a bunch of bare trunks sticking out of the ground, I have tree and fruit ready for me when I get home. They look so neat. It makes me want to dig up the rest of my trees and start again!

This is my first time here at the orchard, and I love it so much! If you like looking at some pictures of my fruit trees, click on 'my garden' in the sidebar. I've got a few pomegranates in there, and I've just started planting nectarine trees. You can't really see them very well because of all the other trees, but I'm excited for them. I hope you guys will be interested in seeing the fruit!

My plan for this year is to get at least 30,000 pounds of fruit this year. I know it's not an amount a lot of people can eat or anything, but I'm going to get to eat some too. Plus, it's not like I don't want anything, I just want a chance at them to grow well. As a matter of fact, I think I like them so much that I'd like to grow many more. I already have so many in a half-dozen locations, but more is always better. I'm sure when they start to produce I'll be happy with all of them, so I'm just going to focus on having fun growing them and making the best possible, which I think I'm doing. I don't have a goal weight for the trees, I don't have an absolute number, but I do have a goal, and that is to make sure there's nothing left in the garden in my next harvest. I've got a bunch of fruit trees, so that's not impossible, but it's definitely a challenge. Of course I'm always going to buy fruit when it comes in season, but I try to also purchase trees.

That's me, just looking at my garden! I'm not really sure what I'm doing, but I think I'm getting somewhere.

About Me

I'm 25 years old, married to my wonderful husband, Brandon. He's a huge help in my efforts to grow food in my garden, plus he's my best friend, so it's a win-win! I have a dog named Gizmo, he's 3.5 years old, and he's a big help too. I hope you'll enjoy reading about my adventures as I attempt to grow an abundant harvest in my little portion of the world.