Bareroot Fruit Tree Care & Types
Imagine being able to walk out to the back yard and pick fresh, sun-ripened fruit from your own bareroot fruit trees. If you have only experienced the taste of store bought plums, you will not believe how much better the flavor is when you grow your own! SummerWinds bareroot fruit tree nursery offers a variety of fruit salad trees. Select from apple, cherry, peach and many more. We even offer a dwarf fruit tree for smaller spaces. We can help you select the best bareroot fruit tree for your space, advise on when to fertilize bareroot fruit trees, and help you enjoy the best fresh fruit from your own back yard!
Benefits of Bare Root Fruit Trees:
There are many advantages to purchasing bare root fruit trees. SummerWinds bare root fruit tree nursery offers a wide selection of trees, particularly in the springtime. We pot your tree in a biodegradable fiber pot using the best soil which complements our native soil giving you higher success rates when transitioning your tree to the ground. Bare root fruit trees are also lighter, and less costly, to ship than trees that come with heavy soil attached to the roots. You can also create your own Backyard Orchard Culture by planting an assortment of fruit trees close together and keeping them small by pruning in the summer. This Backyard Orchard Culture allows you to maximize smaller spaces while still providing a consistent harvest of tree-ripe fruit.
Bare root fruit trees are planted in biodegradable pots and are available early spring through early summer.
- 4-1 Fruit Salad Trees
- A popular variety, this tree produces four different fruits on a single tree. Nectarines, Plums, Apricots and Peaches
- Multi-Grafted Fruit Trees
- These fruit trees will grow different varieties of the same fruit on a single tree. Select from apples, cherries, pluots, peaches, pears, and plums
- Semi-Dwarf Fruit Trees:
- Smaller size makes this tree well suited for gardening in smaller spaces. Select from apples, apricots, apriums, pears, cherries, nectarines, peaches and plums.
- Ultra-Dwarf Fruit Trees:
- Perfectly sized for patios, these trees grow 3-6 feet tall and wide and still produce standard sized fruits.
Fertilizing your Bare Root Fruit Trees:
Fertilize once your tree has at least 12 inches of new growth by scattering a ring of about 1/2 lb. of balanced fertilizer in a band that is 6" wide around the base of each tree. Be sure to keep fertilizer about 15 inches away from the base of the tree.
At SummerWinds Nursery, our experts are ready to answer all of your questions about bare root fruit trees. We offer a wide variety of the highest quality plants. Stop by today and find the perfect fruit salad tree for your garden. With the help of our Trusted Garden Advisors, we guarantee success!