Fruit

kiwi

Kiwi Fruit

Kiwi fruits are deciduous and vigorous plants that require a sunny and sheltered place to grow. If you select a self-fertile cultivar, only one plant is enough to grow kiwi fruits. Otherwise, male and female cultivars are required to ensure…
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mulberry

Mulberries

Growing mulberries is worth your effort because they are not readily available in greengrocers shops or the supermarkets. The juicy and tasty mulberries are the best treat that you can give to yourself. The best thing is that the gnarled…
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nectarines

Nectarines

Nothing can replace the taste of sweet and juicy Nectarines. Despite its exotic appearance, growing a worthwhile crop doesn’t demand much effort and experience.  Growing The nectarines flowers appear once in the early year. So, protect the plants from frost…
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peaches

Peaches

Nothing can replace the taste of sweet and juicy peaches. But, contrary to what you might think, growing a worthwhile crop doesn’t demand much effort and experience.  Growing The peaches flowers appear once in the early year. So, you will…
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pear

Pears

A perfectly ripe pear is the real treat of autumn. Enjoy the fruits of pears that you already have in your garden. If you don’t have one, you can plant it easily in your garden. The good news is you…
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plums

Plums

Plums are really delicious fruits that you can eat immediately after harvesting. You can also make crumbles, pies, and jams from the plums. You can even buy cultivars that don’t need much space to grow.    Growing Plums Use horticulture…
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quince

Quinces

The quinces are aromatic, large, and yellow and grow perfectly in a sunny position. You can make jams or jelly with it. Besides, you can also preserve it and eat it with cheese. Make your fruit garden more versatile by…
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raspberries-

Raspberries

How to Grow Raspberries Raspberries grow easily and are available in both autumn and summer fruiting varieties. You can get plenty of fruits from mid-summer to mid-autumn with just a few plants. You can make delicious sauces, jams and cooked…
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red

Redcurrants

How to Grow Redcurrants Despite the resemblance to blackcurrants, the redcurrants’ growing pattern resembles gooseberries. Northern regions are the best places for these cool-climate plants. However, growth in the sun makes the redcurrants taste sweeter.  Growing  Here are some tips…
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Whitecurrants

How to Grow Whitecurrants It is easy to grow whitecurrants. It produces fruits in mid-summer. The white berries of the whitecurrants are rich in vitamin C. The tart flavour allows the manufacturing of cassis, cordials, jams and pies.  Even you…
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