Why do trees need fruit?
Fruit contain the seeds of the tree and are the means of reproduction.
You need the Seasons expansion pack to get fruit trees.
Pruning fruit trees helps the trees grow and produce more fruit. All fruit trees would benefit from some pruning with bypass pruners, but especially apple trees.
In the majority of cases yes, most fruit trees need to be fertilised with the pollen from another tree nearby, however there are now self pollinating trees available and these do not need a second tree.
two trees and three fruits
You get fruit of other trees or you buy trees from tom nook (they are in little pots by the seed packets) then you get your shovel and dig a hole and press on a tree or piece of fruit and press plant for the trees and bury for the fruit.
Mulberry trees need two trees to produce a fruit, as this tree has separate female and male trees. The male tree can literally be miles away and its pollen can still easily reach the female tree on wind currents. Some types of cherry trees are self-pollinating and don't need a second tree to produce fruit. The nectarine is it's own fruit however it is a classical example of bud variation. The nectarine tree occasionally produces… Read More
The standard collective nouns for fruit trees are: a grove of fruit trees an orchard of fruit trees
The bears do not eat the fruit trees. They eat the fruit off of the trees sometimes, but not the trees.
Fruit trees bear fruit while forest trees can or cant they just have to be in a forest. So fruit trees is a much narrower thing then forest trees.
fruit trees grow fruit and forest trees don't grow anything.
A Botanist A pomologist studies fruit trees. Pomology is the study of fruit trees. Fruticulture is field of care and production of fruit trees.
Yes, they help pollinate different flowers and fruit trees
It depends on the variety. Many varieties of fruit tree are self-sterile, meaning that they cannot pollinate with themselves. Due to grafting, if you buy two trees of the same variety, they are genetically identical- basically they are the same tree. So, you need a different variety of the same fruit in order for cross pollination to occur. Some trees are more genetically compatible for cross pollination, which is why in nursery catalogs, different trees… Read More
Fruit are the swollen ovaries of fruit trees. The ovaries swell so that they can drop to the ground and produce more fruit trees. the trees grow and more fruit grows on the tree
Fruit trees are usually grown in an orchard.
of course they do both for photosynthesis and for the differentiation to flower and fruit buds.
whats pollination problems with fruit trees
Yes,Star fruit grow on trees.
A garden of fruit trees is called an orchard.
A group of fruit trees is an orchard or a grove.
if you want to grow fruit trees, then you need a shovel and shake a tree to get some fruit. dig a hole, bury the fruit and water it with a watering can. if you want to grow normal trees, go to tom nook's store and buy a sapling bag or whatever else he's got. go to your pockets and plant it. water it.
From various fruit trees.
All palm trees bare fruit. The most common fruit is the coconut.
The fruit is that comes from trees that continue to give fruits seasonally while the trees are still alive and available.
because it very simple we need it for a lot thing for trees ,plats ,fruit and vegetables
there is lots of anwers you can get fruit wood and shade
A lot of fruit trees growing together?
from fruit trees!
No they are not fruit bearing trees are seasonal. Evergreens are pine trees. Not all fruit trees are deciduous or seasonal as you put it. Most Citrus trees are evergreen.
All living things contain DNA - trees that the fruit come from to the seeds in the fruit to produce more trees.
The place where fruit trees are grown is commonly known as an orchard.
6.0 - 6.5 is best http://plantanswers.tamu.edu/fruit/apple.html
a stand of fruit trees is called a GROVE. It can be called an orchard. bush
Botony is the study of trees. i don't know the study of fruit though.
Fruit trees are usually grown in an orchard (an apple orchard, for instance).
apple trees and maybe orange trees not too many though. the climate isnt the best for fruit
Bradford pear trees do not bear fruit. it does in deed produce fruit
No, fruit trees are only available with the Seasons expansion pack.
Maple trees do have fruit. They produce winged seeds called samaras.
H. C. Atwell has written: 'Planting fruit trees' -- subject(s): Fruit trees, Fruit-culture
G. Reynaud has written: 'Practical advice for the management of fruit trees' -- subject(s): Fruit trees, Fruit-culture 'Conseils pratiques sur la conduite des arbres fruitiers en verger' -- subject(s): Fruit trees, Fruit-culture
how to spray apple trees
Macaws eat fruit but not fruit trees.
Hermit crabs are scavengers so in the wild they will climb trees to eat insects and will eat fallen fruit from trees. in captivity you should have a food bowl and change the food once a day. the food you should be fruit and veggies.
Snails find peach trees delicious. They harm and cause damage to peach trees (any fruit trees to be exact) by eating through the bark, leaves and fruit of trees and shrubs.
How Apples Are Made Apples are a fruit that grows on trees. To produce apples, apple trees can be purchased at nurseries, some stores, or on the Internet and planted. The apples will grow on them, but to produce the nicest apples, the trees need to be cared for.
Well, the trees are trees, but the pecans are legumes.
pomagranete trees and fruit trees
peach trees and apricot trees
Most Apple trees need to cross pollinate Usually with the same or similar type of apple tree. If this does not happen then your tree will not produce fruit or will produce very little. Also certain Apple trees are either late, mid, or early spring producers. So it also depends on the type you have.