10 Companion Plants for the Orchard Companion plants encourage natural processes that benefit overall health and vitality of fruit trees. This means less work lugging around sprayers, buying fertilizer, spreading compost and worrying about pollination. These plants help us do the work and they do it well.
The Stella cherry tree is must for home gardener with limited space. Semi dwarf cherry tree produces large, dark red fruit is firm and sweet. It has delicious fruit, more resistant to cracking. Tree is small and compact, and bears at young age
Cherry trees are a good choice for home fruit production, but pests can sometimes be a problem. Here's how we planted our cherry trees using a permaculture guild - a combination of plants that works together to produce more healthy cherries.: