DescriptionMany fruits on a small surface can be taken from the combination of fruit trees and vines. The practice to grow vines on trees is already very old. For this vines are planted between trees and grown there. One shoot each is attached to the lowermost branches. When cutting one has to take care that vines get enough sunlight and don't grow into the crown. It is advised to use fruit trees with little foliage such as peaches. It's not just the extra Harvest that is useful. The "Vite maritata" (married vines) also look paradise-like.
LiteratureHammerich, j. F. (1797) : Des Publius Virgilius Maro: Ländliche Gedichte. Übersetzt und erklärt von Johann Heinrich Voss, Altona
Grimm J. und W.(1854): Deutsches Wörterbuch von Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm. Leipzig - Quellenverzeichnis Leipzig 1971.