Usually fruit trees are grown in gardens, but there are also wild. The most popular are apple trees, pears. There are also therapeutic ones like hawthorn. Exotic ones include golders and walnuts. They need pollinators that make the fruits. Many of these representatives of the flora can safely withstand the winter and not capricious. There are those who are tedious for about 5 years to begin to bear fruit, but some begin to do this in the second year.
Other fruit plants and shrubs
Dwarf apple tree
Aronia Chernolod (mountain ash)
Fruit trees are very common: they can be found both in Siberia and Asia. There are many useful substances in the fruits of these plants, such as potassium and iron. They are used as a dietary product, an example is a dried apricot. Decorative fruit trees include kizil and drained drainage. The first shrub is unpretentious in relation to the conditions of growth, often occurs in the south of Eurasia. The second has beautiful red leaves that delight the eyes, as well as small fruits of burgundy color.