Fruit trees are all those who can produce fruits, these fruits are formed by the mature ovule of a flower containing one or more seeds. It is called a fruit tree not only the trees that produce fleshy and juicy fruits, fruit trees are also those of a dry fruit, like trees that produce nuts you get.

Classification of trees into fruit

With young fruit trees that have a bone inside: best known as drupes, are trees such as cherry, plum, peach, olive or mango.

With young fruit trees that have seeds inside: best known as doorknobs, are trees such as pear, apple, loquat and quince.

Exotic fruit trees with tender considered: have a varied structure and can be mentioned as citrus trees (oranges, lemons, tangerines, etc.).

Trees with nuts: they produce enclosed in a shell fruits such as walnuts, hazelnuts, chestnuts, etc.

Trees with false nuts: refers to fruit trees from a culinary point of view are considered fruit tree nut, but actually produce fleshy fruits from the point of view botanical, illustration of them are trees such as almonds or Walnut.

Fruit trees for gardens

There is nothing better than enjoying a rich and fresh fruit and snack any time of day, but this would be even better if the fruit tree is in the home garden. Fruit trees can be found in various sizes and as the size of the garden can be planted on it.

Citrus trees are trees fruits that can grow about 5 meters and even more if allowed to grow in an open environment, have evergreen, indicating that they are very resistant, the most cultivated are the lemons, oranges and tangerines.

Among nut trees, they can be planted without difficulty in the home garden trees such as olive, pear, cherry, hazel, etc. These trees reach heights of 5 to 10 meters, ideal for providing shade and rich fruit in the garden.