We currently have this delight with a kumquat. The citrus are close to the house to protect them from the north wind.
Our main orchard is not on the path where I go to do my twice daily feedings and letting animals in or out of their pens. We also have a mature pear tree. That pear tree however, is in a pasture, which a few of the cows have figured out how to shake the pears down, so it is out of the way for a quick snack.
We did plant a trio of Chickasaw plums in the path, they are not producing yet. When we were at Janisse’s grandmothers farm years ago, there were a half a dozen of these plum trees. The fruit on the Chickasaw’s is small but very tasty, I want to plant a few more this winter.
When we were laying out our gardens, I did it in a manner in which I would pass through them on the way to feedings. To me there is nothing better that straight off the tree, vine, or bush.
I would highly recommend placing some items where you can harvest every time you walk by.