Plums sound good, I like the idea of an apple tree but is it hard work to keep them small? Or can you get ones that don't grow too big?
How do you grow good strawberries? My sister once grew some outside and she got plenty of strawberries but they were the size of blueberries, haha.
Same as pp said, if you want smaller trees, get the dwarf varieties. We planted pear, apple, and cherry trees last year. Still a few years away from having fruit, but so far they have been fairly easy to care for. Just fertilize, mulch, water, and prune. We have major japanese beetle issues where I live, too, so I have several traps around the trees to keep them from destroying the trees.
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