Fruit trees work hard for their keep, providing a strong winter outline, a spring show of beautiful blossoms and a bountiful harvest in summer and fall. Here's how to choose and plant the right types for your garden.
"While modern agriculture relies heavily on toxic chemicals to raise crops and control insects, home gardeners are reaping the benefits of companion planting, the natural way to attract beneficial insects and avoid the use of pesticides. FRUIT TREES can be protected if the right plants are used nearby. The method of course is not new."