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copy of 10 Fruit trees of one year (Mix your choice)

MNDP1020
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€350.00
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Generality of the Fruit trees :

Fruit trees are one of the most challenging categories of plants to grow. They require special care and attention and are therefore very stimulating both from a technical and preparation point of view. The offer includes the choice of 5 1 year old fruit trees among those available in the 'Fruit trees' category. It is possible to indicate them in the order notes.

On-line Sale Of the Fruit trees, available in the following sizes:

  • Vase 16cm, Height 120 / 150cm

Generality of the Fruit trees:

Fruit trees are one of the most challenging categories of plants to grow. They require special care and attention and are therefore very stimulating both from a technical and preparation point of view. The offer includes the choice of 5 1 year old fruit trees among those available in the 'Fruit trees' category. It is possible to indicate them in the order notes.

Cultivation and Care of the Fruit trees:

Fruit trees are among the most common crops not only for large-scale production, but also among those who have a vegetable garden or a garden attached to their home and want to test their green thumb. the plants take place in spring, the best time to plant them in the ground is autumn, precisely between October and November. After the summer harvesting of the fruits, in fact, the soil is always cleaned and prepared for the new crops. These operations can be done when the temperatures have not yet become too cold; for this November is the last month to be able to plant seedlings in the ground.Any tree we are about to transplant into the ground, the latter must first be prepared and fertilized with good organic substance, such as compost, mature manure or other, making the soil well rich in nutrients. The specific fertilizer varies from plant to plant, depending on the need for phosphorus, nitrogen, potassium or other elements; all plants, however, equally need to be inserted in a soil rich in organic substance. Regarding irrigation, we can say that all plants fear water stagnation. Water stagnation arises from water retention within the soil, due to abundant irrigation not supported by an adequate drainage system. In short, too much water on a soil that cannot dispose of it adequately: this causes rotting of the roots, and therefore a lack of assimilation of the nutrients of the soil, since the roots, which act as a vehicle between the soil and the plant, they no longer have the same vigor.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Normal
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