Over many years I (Edil) have heard about the challenges home growers face when it comes to growing vegetables, berries, or fruit trees. Challenges such as space, time, knowledge or misunderstanding come to the top. I know that starting or taking care of an existing orchard is incredibly exciting and promising but can also can be intimidating and certainly a lot of work. There are some important details to consider whether you are planting a few or many trees. Making the right choices in the planning stages and early years of an orchard can save you a lot of work and time down the road.
And, that's how I got here- I love growing plants! With the annual challenges and hardships that accompany each season, the rewards and joy are far better when you look back. That's the passion I want to share with people who want to grow plants. That's my goal: to show people that with a little of help it's possible to have your own fruit trees. The idea of starting a garden or a small orchard seems to be complicated and hard. Although the idea and passion are there, it is less intimidating with a knowledgeable guide to help you succeed.
Services Backyard Orchard Consulting provides include:
- Planning a new site.
This goes for an orchards, edible landscapes, or a mix of everything. It's not as simple as just buying a tree and planting it. Planning is the cornerstone to many successful years of growing trees or vegetables.
- Customized pruning.
It doesn't matter if it is a tree that hasn't been pruned for years.
· Coaching. For those who want to learn about gardening in a holistic way. Learn from vegetables to fruit trees how to take care of them and get more.
If you don't have the time to take care of your trees and need someone with the knowledge for the task, I am happy to help.
I'm here to help you with the process. I'd love to help you but my goal is to empower you to grow and fall in love with your garden and trees. That's my mission. It may take a few seasons but I'm sure you'll get to the point you won't need me and that's my goal and my mission.
Please visit our blog, where we answer the question: Why should we plant more trees?
“Until you dig a hole, you plant a tree, you water it and make it survive, you haven’t done a thing. You are just talking.” ― Wangari Maathai