Fruit Growing


Fruit Growing: you could grow and harvest various types of Fruit to sell or make into other Fruit based products. Top ten easy to grow Fruit trees and plants: Apple trees and strawberries, rhubarb and figs will all thrive in a British garden. If space is limited, growing your Fruit in containers. You can grow strawberries in hanging baskets. Top ten easy to grow Fruit trees and plants.

Strawberries:
Everybody loves the fresh, juicy flavour
of sun warmed strawberries picked straight
from the garden. Can be grown in containers,
hanging baskets, Flower Pouches and window boxes,
or planted straight into the ground.




Raspberries:
Autumn Fruiting raspberries are self supporting, so you can plant them in containers or in clumps throughout your garden. This crop can be harvested from late summer to early autumn for a delicious dessert. just shear the canes to ground level each February and look forward to another juicy crop.



Blueberries:
Growing Fruit in containers also. Scented flowers in spring, fiery coloured autumn foliage and nutritious crops of fresh blueberries in late summer - require is an acid (ericaceous) soil, which you can buy in your local garden centre. Blueberries are low maintenance, Fruiting after about 3 years - and in the meantime make a very attractive patio plant.






If space is tight try the compact variety Blueberry 'Top Hat'. Water blueberries with rainwater as the lime in tap water will reduce the soil acidity over time.

Figs:
For a taste of the Mediterranean they will need to be grown against a hot, sunny south/west facing wall, and crop best when their roots are restricted - so they are perfect growing Fruit in containers also. You will need a little patience though as figs begin to form in the autumn and won't be ready to harvest until the following summer. Taste of freshly picked, sun-warmed figs is well worth the wait.






Gooseberries:
Perfect for any kitchen garden, gooseberries are versatile enough to be harvested early for savoury sauces, or left on the bush to ripen and sweeten for cakes, crumbles and cordials - or eat them straight from the bush, fresh and delicious.






'Xenia' for red-skinned juicy sweetness, or 'Invicta' for heavy cropping bushes producing Fruit ideal for cooking.

Apples:
If space allows then choose two varieties that will pollinate one another. In smaller gardens try growing Fruit trees in tubs. A dwarf family Apple has 3 different varieties on the same tree - just perfect for a container on the patio.






Blackberries:
Grow blackberries in that rough corner behind the shed. These delicious Fruits will grow almost anywhere and don't need much attention. Train the stems onto wires to make them easier to harvest.



Honeyberries:
This Fruit is packed full of antioxidants and the blueberry, like berries make a delicious treat picked straight from the bush. For the best yields on tasty Honeyberries grow those in pairs to increase pollination.






Goji berries:
Goji berries are rich in nutrients, with a sweet liquorice flavour.
Goji berries to cereals and juices for a delicious start to the day.


Currants:
Redcurrants, blackcurrants and whitecurrants are perfect soft Fruits for decorating desserts, makings jams and jellies, or adding to sauces. They freeze well too, so you can savour the taste of summer during the winter months.





Likewise so many Fruit plants are there, according to your environment and spcae you can grow good Fruits plants with a stydied synopsys, sell those, earn money in a positive way. It is an indirect blessing from God also. By this way, you are able to provide good Fruits of Urban people also for a moderate cost.


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