Even if you live in an apartment you can still grow fruit trees. These fruit trees you can grow on a balcony will give you a lost of eight different fruit trees that can grow in tiny spaces.
Fruit trees that you can grow on a balcony or other small area will have been grafted onto dwarfing rootstock so they will remain small. Rodale’s Organic Life shares the types of trees and tells us which we can grow in these small spaces,They tell us tat some trees are self pollinating and so you can enjoy a single self pollinating cherry tree. While others need a second tree so they can pollinate each other.
There are even trees called family trees where they can be multiple fruits grafted onto a single dwarf stock, this allows you to have one tree with a variety of fruit on it. One way to have an apple tree is to have espaliered apple trees edging a terrace in which the trunk of the apple tree is trained to grow along the railing of a terrace. This is a great way to have your own fruit tress even if you don’t have a yard. Fruit trees growing on your balcony is a really nice way to garden while living in an apartment.