Multigraft fruit trees are a good use of space and a way to grow multiple varieties on the same tree, and they’re also works of art.
To grow your own dwarf fruit trees, first, you have to grow a dwarfing rootstock. Here’s an easy method to create an endless supply.
Five simple tips to help you live a more organic lifestyle and improve your health without breaking the bank.
Learn how easy it is to grow pears. They’re easy to look after, don’t mind a wet spot in your garden, and are fabulously healthy to eat.
Should you be worried about the bugs on your fruit trees? Learn how to protect your fruit trees without upsetting nature.
By planting a heritage or heirloom apple variety in your garden, you can help preserve varieties that might otherwise be lost.
Weeds provide many uses and benefits, both to you as a gardener and to the many creatures who live in your soil.
Here are 9 great reasons why you should grow a cherry tree in your garden, despite their reputation as being hard to grow.
Bramley apples are a magnificent cooking apple from England which deserve a place in many Australian gardens.
The trees we sell in Carr’s Organic Fruit Tree Nursery are between 1 and 3 years old, depending on the techniques we’ve used to grow them.
Biochar is a wonderful thing to add to your soil to improve fertility and help your soil hold much more water.
Apricot trees are loved by many people. But what are the pros and cons, and how do you choose one variety over another?