Green hedge of pear and apple trees with blue sky background

By October 4, 2017Articles

Green hedge of pear and apple trees with blue sky background

By Amy Grant Can you imagine having a row of fruit bearing trees as a natural fence? Today’s gardeners are incorporating more edibles into the landscape including making hedges out of fruit trees. Really, what’s not to like? You have access to fresh fruit and a natural, beautiful alternative to fencing. One of the keys to successful fruit tree hedges is correct fruit tree hedge spacing. Intrigued and want to know how to plant a fruit tree hedge? Keep reading to find out about making a hedge out of fruit trees and how close to plant fruit trees. How to Plant a Fruit Tree Hedge When considering fruit trees to use as hedging, it is best to stick with dwarf or semi-dwarf varieties. Larger trees can be pruned down to restrain their size, but then you are constantly pruning. All kinds of fruit trees can be used to create a

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