This section contains the questions and answers for the group "Fruit trees"
Hi, I recently visited your store and purchased a 15 gal Ginkgo tree. How would you recommend safely removing it from the pot to plant? Also, what are your recommendations for proper planting, watering, fertilizing and tying/securing it? I also purchased a small golden delicious apple tree. Would the recommendations be different for this tree? Thank you!
Asked by: Gretel from Provo on 1/19/2011
Do you carry nets for fruit trees. I have birds eating all of my peaches and they are mutilating my peaches. Or can you tell me a way I can keep the birds out of the peaches?
Asked by: Karalee from Orem on 9/27/2010
I have just moved in to a home with mature landscaping but no fruit trees. I would like to plant as many fruit and nut trees as I can. Is there any advantage to planting them in the fall or will spring planting be just as good?
Asked by: Marcia from Orem on 9/27/2010
Our tree of lambert cherries is ripening nicely, if a bit early. I noticed some tiny flies on them last week--about the 15th or 16th. They have black stripes on their wings, are just a bit larger than a fruit fly and seem to have gold metallic bodies. Since they are so interested in the cherries I am assuming they are the adult of the cherry worm that infests our fruit each year. My question is: What is the gestation period of the eggs? Or How long to I have to get these cherries picked before the worms are evident? And would it have been possible to spray for the adult flies when the fruit is so ready to pick? Thank you in advance for your answers. Vickie
Asked by: Vickie Palmer from South Orem on 8/7/2006
What are the steps for planting a new tree or shrub?
Asked by: Jennifer from Provo on 4/11/2000