Fruits

Fruit trees with few roots, ideal for your garden

 

Deciding which fruit tree we want to plant in our garden is not only an aesthetic, climatic or specific care task that the tree in question will need. One of the most important aspects that must be taken into account when knowing which species should be planted in our garden is that of the physiognomic characteristics of the tree (height, size of the roots, size of the leaves, type of crown, etc.) .

It is best to select fruit trees with few roots that do not influence our land or any construction that is too close to the area where we will plant our new fruit tree.

Examples of fruit trees with little root

Some of the fruit trees that are most suitable for gardens are orange , lemon or persimmon .

The fact that these trees have few roots does not mean that they cannot grow enough and that they can have a crown large enough to give us shade. In fact, its crown is quite dense and more than fulfills the function of providing shade.

The colors that they bring to the garden, added to the fact of being able to collect fruits and the life that they will give to the rest of the area, make fruit trees with few roots the perfect option for any house . In addition, the fact of not having to worry about the size of the roots that ends up causing the floor or walls to rise is a great relief.

In any case, there are other species of trees with few roots that end up providing a lot of shade thanks to the density of their leaves. Some of them are acacia, willow or maple.

So why buy a tree with dense roots that spoil our garden when there are fruit trees with little root that will get us out of trouble?

 

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Robert Asprin, APD is a non-dieting Accredited Practicing Dietitian passionate about inspiring positive changes in eating and lifestyle behaviors to help improve health while nurturing relationships with food and body.

Robert Asprin

Robert Asprin, APD is a non-dieting Accredited Practicing Dietitian passionate about inspiring positive changes in eating and lifestyle behaviors to help improve health while nurturing relationships with food and body.

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