Well, that was a wild and wooly autumn! Throughout the Rockies, autumn 2019 gave us unusually early and record-breaking cold temps, a blizzard, and some of the best fall colors I’ve ever seen. Now let’s get ready for a calendar winter!
It’s not too early to think about the fruit trees you want to plant in the next gardening year. I am already finding my favorite suppliers running out of the varieties I want. So get out a notepad and start looking around. Here’s a list of the fruit trees I already grow and others I am excited to try.
I’m already growing espaliered cherries (Prunus avium, Zones 3–8) with cultivars ‘Van’, ‘Bing’, ‘Lapins’, and ‘Black Tartarian’. We ate these cherries as fast as they ripened; that’s how excited we were…
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