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Fruit trees that love water

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Cin starts with ...
Hi,

We have just moved to a 5 acre property and are looking at ways to use the space for both horses and food production.

There is an area off one of our dams which seems to be very wet and I am wondering what type of fruit I could plant in that area. It would need to be something that didn't mind have wet roots all the time?

We've got a number of fruit trees on the property, will have to get some photos as we really have no idea what we have here LOL
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denise1 says...
You can widen the range a lot by having mounds and drains. Apart from that it is hard to advise without seeing the site. However mulberries would be a start.
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