Fruit Trees

winter garden tips

Ways to Winterize Your Garden

Introduction Ways to Winterize Your Garden. When winter knocks the door, there are a lot of changes that do occur. Sometimes, the complete landscape is covered by frost, the presence of snow flurries, and blustering winds. But remember the landscape also includes the garden where you have planted. The effect of winter is that the […]

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Fruit Fig Trees

Fruit Fig Trees for your backyard landscape. Did you know fruiting figs in the right conditions can grow up to 200 years?   The fig fruit will typically ripen from August to about late October depending on the cultivar and climate. Most trees come in 5 Ga. containers. They are deciduous and do give out […]

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How to grow larger fruit

  Fruit trees are easy to grow in the southwest but often the fruit we yield is much smaller than what you see in the grocery store! If you grow fruit trees and would like to know “How to grow larger fruit” then this article is for you. How to grow larger fruit in your […]

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Types of pecan trees

Types of pecan trees

Types of pecan trees in the Southwest. Western Schley – This pecan tree will do best in the arid desert southwest. It is the most common pecan in the Southwest U.S.  It is a self-pollinator and produces heavy fruit at an early age. It likes arid climates and is also excellent for southern California deserts […]

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Pruning tips and tools

Pruning tips and tools. The best time to prune trees and shrubs is January through March.  However removing dead branches can be removed any time of the year. Pruning unsightly trees will create a good-looking landscaping area and will increase the life span of any tree or plant. And if done correctly will increase the productivity of […]

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