Sunlight and placement
Olive trees require an ample amount of sunlight and soil that’s well-drained. Though the trees need regular watering to live and grow, avoid planting them in soil with too much or standing water and places that tend to flood. Sunlight is also extremely important in caring for your Olive tree. The planting site chosen should receive at least six hours of full sunlight per day.
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The Papaya, or Pawpaw, tree originated in South America and Mexico but has now spread to basically anywhere with a tropical climate. There are many varieties of Papaya fruit, but the main types of Papaya fruit recognized in the U.S. are Red Lady, Maradol, and various Solo types.
In order to be successful when growing Papaya trees, you will need a frost free climate, a good amount of sunlight, along with water and good nutrient rich soil. If grown successfully, a Papaya tree will begin producing fruit in 6-12 months.
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Anywhere in the world, you can experience a drought. During these dry times, it becomes more important than ever to nurture your trees and keep the ecosystem healthy. Below is a list full of tips to help you keep those trees from getting thirsty. Continue reading “Caring for Trees During Drought”