fruit tree

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tree bearing edible fruit

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The fruit trees, far enough away from the wall to be beyond the reach of its cold shade, were tossing their flower-laden heads in the sunshine in a carelessly well-satisfied fashion that filled my heart with envy.
There seemed to be no one but myself on the island, which was covered with fruit trees and watered with streams, but seemed a long distance from the mainland which I hoped to reach.
Little cottages, scattered here and there, with their gardens full of blossoming fruit trees, call up the ideas that are aroused by the sight of industrious poverty; while the thought of ease, secured after long years of toil, is suggested by some larger houses farther on, with their red roofs of flat round tiles, shaped like the scales of a fish.
A statesman who shakes the fruit trees of his neighbors
That's why researchers from Multistate Research Project NC-140 -- Improving Sustainability in Fruit Tree Production through Changes in Rootstock Use -- are researching and sharing information about sustainable, higher-yielding, easier to manage rootstocks.
A fruit tree is a tree which bears fruit that is consumed or used by humans and some animals--all trees that are flowering plants produce fruit, which are the ripened ovaries of flowers containing one or more seeds.
Grafting involves inserting a small twig cut from a fruit tree into a cut in another compatible fruit tree.
Seven-year glitch with sweet sharon 6 I have a sharon fruit tree in a pot.
GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT - SAVE PS35 MINI FRUIT TREE COLLECTION You won't need an orchard for these dwarf fruit trees
There is a huge range of fruit tree varieties available to gardeners around the country, including dwarf and multi-grafted types.
Individuals can place fruit tree orders until December 31, 2012.
Akin is the director of the Fruit Tree Planting Foundation and Rottke is a certified arborist.
Today, more than 5,000 trees are registered on the Neighborhood Fruit Web site, a database where people can locate a fruit tree in their community, register fruit trees available for public consumption, or make direct transactions, called "fruitfillments," in which one user lists their tree to be harvested and another user volunteers to harvest the fruit in exchange for a bag of it.
Or how after being separated from other group members for hours or days, they could join each other silently at a large fruit tree, like if they would have had an appointment at this place," the BBC quoted Normand as saying.
In companion planting, these plants are called "family friends," and planting them together around a main crop such as a fruit tree forms a "plant neighborhood.