Compact Orchard


  • Maintaining fruit trees at a reasonable height is always to the advantage of home-growers, even when space is not a problem.

  • You will have less ladder work, use fewer materials and have lower costs for spraying. Not to mention an easier harvest.

I have about 30 DWN trees in my smallish backyard. Flavor Supreme and Flavor King are to die for. This backyard orchard is in Burbank - about 13 miles from the Pacific coast as the crow flies.
— Tony Milch —

Tony Milch has helped DWN figure out Flavorella pollination in Southern California. This is his backyard.
Here’s a Larger View of the Tony Milch backyard orchard.


photo courtesy of Tony Milch


photo courtesy of Bill Miller


photo courtesy of Bill Miller


photo courtesy of Bill Miller


photo courtesy of Ed Hewett


photo courtesy of Ed Hewett


photo courtesy of Gene Fong


photo courtesy of Paul Lau

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