Help with Fruit Tree Spacing
After remeasuring an area that I had dedicated for fruit trees, I have come to the conclusion that I have much less space than I thought. I am looking on advice and possible solutions to dwarf tree spacing.
Below are the measurement to my space. The area is at an angle that tapers. Here is a general description of the area. To the west, there is an old would fence. To the right is a gravel walkwalk. To the north and south there will be a raised vegetable (north) and flower (south, negotiable) beds with about 40 inches clearance from the fruit trees in both directions.
The length of the area is approx 12.5'
My goal is to grow six fruit trees in this area, if possible per your advice. They will all be dwarf. One of the fruit trees (pomegranate) is in a wine barrel. I have a spare wine barrel just in case I need to move one tree tree. I had plan to grow the remainder of the trees in 3'x3'12" individual raised beds.
Here are the trees that I plan to grow:
I would like to get opinions on spacing. Can I feasibly be successful at growing all 6 trees in this space? I still have not made the raised bed to the north. If necessary I can shorten the length 2'. This will bump my growing area from 13.5ft to 15.5ft. Like I said earlier, I can possibly move two trees (pomegranate and another) to a diffrent location in wine barrels. If you think that I have more than sufficient space, please let me know. I also interested in acquiring a drawf Mandarin tree, but I really though that I was pushing my luck.
Thank you for your help.