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Apple, pear, lemon, orange and peach are some different types of fruit trees. These fruit trees each bear edible fruit that is harvested during varying times of the year. More »

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Some varieties of tropical fruit trees include banana, lemon, lime, pineapple, grapefruit, date and fig. There are many other types of tropical fruit trees that are less commonly known, such as mango, passion fruit, papa... More »

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Grow and maintain quince fruit trees by using loamy soil, placing it in a sunny location, giving it plenty of water and removing damaged limbs during the winter. Most varieties of quince trees need another plant for cros... More »

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Coconuts reproduce by dropping their fruit on the ground. When the coconut ends up in the ground, in the right environment, it produces a seedling that eventually grows up to become a coconut tree on its own, assuming th... More »

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Some tips for planting fruit trees include choosing the proper time for planting, planning around your existing space, planting the trees in mobile containers if you live in a cold area, getting self-pollinating plants, ... More »

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To grow fruit trees from seeds, gather the seeds, remove any remaining fruit flesh, and allow them to air dry. Most fruit seeds require chilling before they sprout. Trees from seed are not true to the fruit from which th... More »

The fertilizer needs of fruit trees will vary depending on the type of tree and soil conditions, but all fruit trees require large amounts of nitrogen to grow well and produce fruit. Therefore, fertilizers high in nitrog... More »

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