Fruit trees that produce fruit in zone 9 and 10ish (less than 500 chill hours)  Tom's Picks - Winners for the Low-Chill Southwest | Dave Wilson Nursery

Fruit trees that produce fruit in zone 9 and (less than 500 chill hours) Tom's Picks - Winners for the Low-Chill Southwest

Backyard Orchard Culture -- detailed articles about planting and caring for trees -- on Dave Wilson Nursery at http://www.davewilson.com/home-gardens/backyard-orchard-culture

The objective of Backyard Orchard Culture is a prolonged harvest of tree-ripe fruit from a small space in the yard. This is accomplished by planting an assortment of fruit trees close together and keeping them small by summer pruning.

Fruit trees for the urban garden or homestead. Edible landscaping for small spaces.

Urban Fruit: Choosing Trees for Edible Landscaping

Urban Fruit: Choosing Trees for Edible Landscaping Fruit trees for the urban garden or homestead. Edible landscaping for small spaces.

"Reroute" the blackberries that are growing wild on the hillside and make a trellis "fence" for the front yard.  Easier to pick and better use of space!

Bigger, Better Blackberries

GOOD INFO ON TRAINING AND TRELLIS Berry patch? donno but there should be berries! jam and cobblers and purple tongues - all very important. Links to a trellis tutorial aiming to maximize production

Experts in Hydroponics and Organics!

Experts in Hydroponics and Organics!

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