wisest use of space
hello, I'm after a bit of advice. I have a long raised bed which used to contain a very large conifer hedge which is backed by an eight foot high south east facing brick wall. I have removed all the stumps and large roots and intend to dig some well rotted manure through it sometime soon. I want to turn it into a veg garden, but the wall is the issue. If i were to grow trained fruit trees against it would they take all the goodness from the veg and would their roots be so big as to interfer with general planting and seed sowing etc. Or would i be better to plant blackberries and other soft fruit?