As fall lingers on and the days get shorter, one can't help but think about trees. If you are like most Americans you are probably spending at least part of your weekend raking leaves (more on why you might not have to do this fall chore coming soon).
Fall isn't only a great time to rake leaves but its also a great time to plant trees! Did you know that tree roots grow as long as the soil temperature is 40 degrees or above. This means that if you plant your trees in late fall they will have a jump start on all those spring planted trees come summer.
Each day in November I will be focusing on a great edible tree or shrub you can plant in your yard that will not only provide food for your family for years to come but it will also help beautify your home. Follow along for 30 days in November to learn more about some great edibles you can plant in your very own yard.