This thread is for tips on growing fruit trees, shrubs, vines, as well as harvesting fruit, storing fruit, etc.
It's easy to make a number of mistakes in choosing which tree to plant, but it isn't that hard, either, to pick the right ones if a few tips are kept in mind. For anyone thinking about planting fruit trees, but not experienced, I would say off the top of my head, before choosing what kind of tree to plant, consider"
Your climate (as well as possible future changes to your climate)
Moisture content in the soil, as wll as how well you soil holds moisture
Purpose the fruit will be used for. (For instance, some apples are good for dessert, some for vinegar, some for cider, etc.)
Your desired timeline to bearing age
Diseases common in your area for that kind of fruit tree
Storage needs and restrictions
Feel free to jump in here. Meanwhile, I'll add to this when I have more time.