Apple trees are actually some of the best types of trees you can plant in colder climates. These fruit trees can be planted during late winter or early spring for best results. You can get them growing quite steadily as long as the ground isn’t frozen and you can ensure that the morning sun will shine on them and give them a good soil treatment when planting.
Pear trees are quite easy to maintain, and they are also very resilient. Use compost or manure to fertilize the soil where you’re growing your pear tree, and also make sure that they can get enough sun during the entire day. Pear trees need to be planted in the early spring when the cold has somewhat subsided, but you’ll find they can thrive in almost any type of soil, so long as it’s not too rocky.
Consider planting plum trees on a sloped soil with plenty of drainage. The time of year is best chosen to be around late March or April, once the cold weather has passed. Plum trees will withstand bad weather, but be extra cautious when you prune them, as you will have to prune your plum trees when you plant them and also make sure you have their size under control, so they don’t outgrow their space.