Just imagine yourself stepping outside your kitchen into your small yard, and being able to bite into sweet luscious fruit, week after week, all summer long.
If you have a sunny spot as small as 4 feet by 4 feet, you can grow a fruit tree, grapevine, blueberry or gooseberry bush, strawberries, or more…
Most fruit trees grown today are semi-dwarfs. What comes to your mind when you read “semi-dwarf” fruit tree? Dwarf, right? A small tree. Did you know that a single semi-dwarf fruit tree can grow 10-15 feet high (as tall as your house), and take up nearly 300 square feet in your yard? Yikes!
In that same size area, you can instead grow a miniature fruit garden less than 6 feet tall with a variety of fruit that you can harvest over several months.
Learn how you can grow lots of juicy fruit in a small space with this 6-part series of articles. In this series, I walk you step-by-step through the basics of designing and planting your own miniature fruit garden. I also provide links to tons of resources to help you succeed – including videos, websites, and books!
So, go ahead and get started on Part 1: