//How to Plant a Bare Root Fruit Tree in Your Garden or Orchard

How to Plant a Bare Root Fruit Tree in Your Garden or Orchard

How to Plant a Bare Root Fruit Tree in Your Garden or Orchard

Tricia shows you how to plant a bare root, mulit-grafted fruit tree.

Grow / Crece
How does the growth look for its own growth? I guess, one of the main things, is to want it. To want to grow, and to want to go on, and to continue, … and to want to live.

¿Cómo busca el crecimiento su propio crecimiento? Supongo, que una de las cosas principales, es quererlo. Querer crecer, seguir, continuar, … y querer vivir.
By victor_nuno on 2007-03-18 15:25:55
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By |2017-12-28T14:44:40-08:00December 28th, 2017|Categories: Gardening Videos|21 Comments

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  1. Jonah Hopkins 2017-12-28 at 2:44 PM - Reply

    I feel like you should be speaking in sloooow moootiooon. lol I am in Central California and was wondering – I have an area in front of my house that gets all day sun in the summer. Will that kill a new tree?

  2. Nana* 2017-12-28 at 2:47 PM - Reply

    So beautiful and vibrant green!
    It’s been a while. I hope you are enjoying spring, Victor!

  3. GrowOrganic Peaceful Valley 2017-12-28 at 2:48 PM - Reply

    @stopasking formynamegoogl I would do a percolation test first, (our video called Soil Survey tells you how). If your drainage is good than go ahead and plant the tree. If your drainage isn’t good enough you can make a 6-12 inch high mound that is 2.5-4 feet in diameter or a raised bed to plant the tree in. http://www.davewilson.com/home-gardens/growing-fruits-and-nuts/planting-your-backyard-orchard

  4. AnnuskA - AnnA Theodora 2017-12-28 at 2:49 PM - Reply

    lol! I want your camera too! =D
    you seem a bit anxious about spring… am I right!? lol!

  5. Warsrogue 2017-12-28 at 2:53 PM - Reply

    Always great information. I see that was a big bare root tree but was wondering about the cheaper small one foot trees you see, are they normaly just as viable? Just picked up my new 4 acre dream property & want to put lots of different fruit trees on it after I timber it. tks

  6. indahs 2017-12-28 at 2:57 PM - Reply

    great DOF Victor! very down to earth thoughts..Have a great weekend!!

    WINNER
    You are my winner!

  7. GrowOrganic Peaceful Valley 2017-12-28 at 3:00 PM - Reply

    The smaller trees are just as viable as the two-year-old tree. The major difference will be when you get fruit. The particular tree we planted is a multi-graft on standard root stock so it is a rather large specimen.

  8. PeteCorp 2017-12-28 at 3:00 PM - Reply

    Mechanical damage? Like robot squirrels?

  9. stopasking formynamegoogl 2017-12-28 at 3:03 PM - Reply

    What if your soil is clay like clay pots?  Will this method work for this tree?  I have an indian blood tree.

  10. Paul Derbyshire 2017-12-28 at 3:04 PM - Reply

    Soil in video seems very ideal. I look forward to learning how to do the same thing in heavy clay. 🙂 Bring soil in? Mix some soil? Ideas?

  11. Farl 2017-12-28 at 3:05 PM - Reply

    the utter freshness is inviting!

  12. Francisco (PortoPortugal) 2017-12-28 at 3:06 PM - Reply

    O mais importante é querermos viver. E viver bem. Linda fotio.

  13. gamy 2017-12-28 at 3:12 PM - Reply

    les couleurs sont impressionnantes !

  14. Jessi Thom 2017-12-28 at 3:13 PM - Reply

    I think you need to take some time and go to woodprix website to learn how to make it.

  15. *Nargiz 2017-12-28 at 3:17 PM - Reply

    I want your camera :-)!

    green is your favorite! I know!

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    Please add your photo to Flicker Diamond The Diamond Class Photographer
    Read the group rules please and tag your photo DiamondClassPhotographer

  16. Encarna Boada 2017-12-28 at 3:20 PM - Reply

    Quedé atrapada en ese color.


    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  17. soleá 2017-12-28 at 3:23 PM - Reply

    wonderful

  18. Time-Freeze 2017-12-28 at 3:24 PM - Reply

    The want to grow is already growth

  19. marianuno 2017-12-28 at 3:26 PM - Reply

    Tan estupendas como siempre, Victor. Un beso desde Alcorcón.

  20. GrowOrganic Peaceful Valley 2017-12-28 at 3:27 PM - Reply

    @exiagundamit Robot squirrels wielding weed whackers.

  21. Azli Jamil Photography 2017-12-28 at 3:36 PM - Reply

    beautiful writing and picture too.
    f8. Hmmm…
    ps: Do you shoot RAW?

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