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It is called a Potager garden which means when something is harvested, another plant appropriate for the season is put in it's place - hence an ever bearing garden. This can be accomplished with vegetables, flowers, herbs and perennials.

One of the most fabulous native fruit trees for fall color! Even if you don't like the fruit, always remember, the wildlife DOES!

Great Tips for Planning your Vegetable or Herb Garden

Got love for apples but don’t have the space for your own orchard? No problem with columnar apple trees.

See our ingenious pruning method for growing an orchard in a small backyard. Shown: Kept small with timed pruning, this 'Fuji' apple tree stands about 4 feet high and wide and produces an ample crop of full-size fruits.

RHS GARDEN, ROSEMOOR, DEVON Espalier fruit trees to save space and decorate. It takes time a patience, but results are very nice if you want an edible landscape.

Eager to start gardening but still in winter? These 9 fruits are planted in winter and will provide you with a harvest for years to come. Tips on where to get your stock, how to plant it, even if you don't have any land or a yard! Read this to get your fruit plants in.