Can fruit trees grow in snow?
- 2 months ago
The trick is that many plants like fruit trees need to blossom and pollinate, and that doesn't happen in winter. Pollination starts for most plants in late spring or early summer.
- MjLv 53 months ago
I have Apple trees in my area near Duluth mn.
- Mr. PLv 74 months ago
They go dormant when the temperature and sunlight drops. Then start again when it warms up again.
This is because there is no point in producing flowers when there are no bees around.
- NONAMELv 74 months ago
seems like we need to do some genetic engineering so that the trees see snow as dirt
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- EqualiserLv 44 months ago
They have the ability to hibernate like bears they go to sleep through the winter and spring brings huge yawn and a brilliant display of blossoms that turn into fruit under the blazing sun . Nature has us beat no cold starts for them they just sleep all the way through
- cmac'mLv 54 months ago
No, not normally. fruits and flowers don't survive long when it's that cold