205 dwarf fruit orchard Home Design Photos

Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Dwarf Fruit Orchard with Brick Pathways
Dwarf Fruit Orchard with Brick Pathways
variety of dwarf fruit trees in this orchard provide the homeowner lots of fruit throughout the summer/fall season. The herringbone brick patterned walkway form a grid that adds a formal touch to the space.
Beautiful orchard ! Love the brick pathways
A large variety of dwarf fruit trees in this orchard provide the homeowner lots of fruit throughout the summer/fall season. Dwarf
Dwarf trees probably better for me.
Dwarf Fruit Orchard with Brick Pathways
Dwarf fruit trees and brick pathway
I want fruit trees like peaches, nectarines, apple, pear, and cherry
“Pattern” — grainnebaxter
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Dwarf Fruit Tree Orchard
A dwarf fruit tree orchard with brick pathways in a herringbone pattern. Drip irrigation keeps water off the pathway so moss doesn't grow and also keeps the water off of the tree trunks as a means of disease deterrant.
dwarf fruit trees apple or fig
Dwarf Fruit Tree Orchard. Each section could be a different variety of fruit
you could make each section different fruit trees
Dwarf fruit tree orchard--how many trees? what varieties?
“Orchard” — lfonseca
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
Flower garden stories
of old orchard, flowering meadows, sand petanque, majestic walnut trees and rosarium were recreated and preserved. Old apple trees were emphasized with circular sand carpets. Around the oldest one seven corner stones of the old house were set. The owners have lovingly called this place 'Snow White and
Seven Dwarfs' when in spring the apple blossoms unveiled a Snow White's dress. * Photo Credit - Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
Perfect for our back corner with a raised garden, wildflowers, fescue, fruit trees, landing pad, fire pit.
Grassy orchard. Love. need to keep
I like the idea of some lawn chairs out in the orchard
of old orchard, flowering meadows, sand petanque, majestic walnut tree...
a true orchard, create a landing pad for enjoying the view in the middle of the space.
“Chairs” — joannaconti
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Herringbone Brick Path In An Orchard
through the dwarf fruit trees in the orchard. A fence keeps the deer out which is bordered by everblooming shrub roses. Clematis climbs the fence bringing complimentary colors to the palate for the roses.
Orchard with lattice fence. The fence has Clematis and shrub or climbing roses on it. Very pretty.
“Flower borders” — adlebags
10 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Dwarf pigmy barberry -deep purple bush
Crimson red plants -- Dwarf Pigmy Barberry
Dwarf crimson barberry in the front, with a sweep of catmint
The crimson red bushes are Dwarf Pigmy Barberry
dwarf pigme barberry plants
Dwarf pigmy barberries
bushes are Dwarf Pigmy Barberry!!
Fruit Orchard...Dwarf pigmy red
“Stone wall” — joe2603203
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
idea for managing the drip line around the fruit trees
using stone in backyard and combining with mulch, nice idea for some fruit trees
Spray fruit trees. None of our fruit trees are native to our areas, so they need a little extra care right now and will benefit from a spray schedule to prevent diseases. Apple, peach, pear, apricot and plum trees need to be sprayed regularly. There are different sprays to be applied at various times
spray your fruit trees to keep them healthy.
“Garden” — rachiegrum
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Just wondering in the beautiful citrus tree in the pots are dwarf lemon trees?
would love to grow fruit trees, even dwarf trees
flowers at base of fruit trees
other fruit trees, can be grown in pots, which gives you plenty of flexibility when it comes to deciding where to place them. Ask for dwarf varieties at your local nursery and look for a deep container at least 18 inches in diameter.
“Fruit trees” — 2015floridashores
Garden design
Nice way to give an orchard a bit of structure. It would also make maintenance (weeding, fertilising, mowing etc) easier.
berry orchard. Easier to cover in cold weather - and possibly some help keeping squirrels and birds from the bushes. Easier to mow, too.
Love this idea to maintain plantings and to manage small "orchard"
“A nice way to break up a large open expanse” — diannenc1
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