Apple trees with ripened red apples in an orchard on an ancient brick wall

By October 2, 2017Articles

Apple trees with ripened red apples in an orchard on an ancient brick wall

By Amy Grant The popularity of edible gardens has sky rocketed in the last few years. More and more gardeners are shying away from traditional vegetable garden plots and simply interspersing their crops in amongst other landscape plants. A great idea for incorporating edible plants into the landscape is by using fruit trees as hedges. Growing fruit trees hedges has the added bonus of not only the tasty fruit, but will act as a privacy screen as well. Using Fruit Trees as Hedges Dispense with the traditional boxwood and privet. There are plenty of fruit tree varieties that can make hedges. Hedge fruit tree varieties are not only edible, but mark a boundary between one garden and the next, act as a windbreak, provide a backdrop to flower borders, accent a wall, and mute intrusive outside noise all while creating an eye-pleasing secret garden. First of all when growing fruit

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