Plants

Planting calendar for fruit trees

Any horticulturist should know the exact dates each fruit tree flowers or bears fruit and the months in which it should be planted. For this reason, we leave below a wonderful planting calendar for fruit trees.

 

sowing calendar

Two of the most important aspects of fruit gardening are knowing when to plant and which tree to plant. However, it can be difficult to know the exact time to start planting so that a garden is in full bloom during the growing season. If your fruit tree isn’t thriving, simply adjusting your planting timing can make a world of difference. With this planting calendar, you can take the guesswork out of the process.

January

  • It can be sown if there is no frost.
  • It is time to finish the pruning of fruit trees and to protect our tree from parasites.
  • During this month the hazel tree blooms and at the end of the month the almond tree does.
  • In January we can generally collect citrus fruit trees ( oranges , lemons , tangerines) and also olives.

February

  • Fruit trees that we have not pruned in January must be pruned. You still have time.
  • In this month the hazel and almond trees continue to bloom and we add the medlar and the pear tree.
  • The same fruit continues to be harvested as in the month of January, especially citrus.

March

April

  • We will see the apricot, cherry, plum, pomegranate, fig, lemon, orange, apple, peach, quince, medlar, walnut or pear trees blossom.
  • We will collect citrus, olives, plums and cherries.

Mayo

  • During this month the planting of almost all species in general takes place.
  • Pomegranates , figs , citrus fruits, apples , medlars, walnuts , olives and grapes flourish .
  • Cherries, plums, citrus fruits, peaches, apricots, medlars and olives are collected.

June

  • Pomegranates, figs, kiwis , lemons, oranges, olives and grapes flourish.
  • Apricots, peaches, cherries, plums, lemons and medlars are harvested.

Julio

  • During this month the fruit trees are loaded with sweet and tender fruits and we will see a multitude of insects and birds that we must try to deceive or scare away from the place. It is perhaps the most important month in the sowing calendar.
  • We will see the lemon tree and the vine flourish.
  • We will pick peaches, apricots, pears, cherries, plums, figs and apples.

August

  • The lemon tree and the vine flourish.
  • We collect peaches, apricots, plums, figs, lemons, pears, apples, grapes, pomegranates, almonds and hazelnuts.

September October

  • During these months the only fruit tree that we will see with flowers is the lemon tree.
  • we will collect

November December

  • During these two months we will not see any fruit trees with flowers but we will continue to collect, in some cases, hazelnuts, kiwis, persimmons, citrus fruits and olives. Follow this planting schedule and you will have no problems.
EneFebMarAbrMayJunJulAgoSepOctNovDic
plantation
pruning
pest treatment
Harvest
Protection

 

Website | + posts

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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *