Growing fruit is very different to veggie gardens they need a little more love a care but here are 3 tips to get you on your way to being a pro at growing fruit.
There are so many different types of fruit, its best to start with quality.
When soft berries are homegrown, they can be harvested when fully ripe, plump, and sweet, without concern for shipping and perishability. The flavor is outstanding!
Traditional orchard trees such as apples, peaches, and pears require some knowledge and attention to pollination, pruning, spraying, fertilising, and other kinds of care. To minimise or eliminate spraying for disease, look for new disease-resistant cultivars of trees.
The amount of space available will be another deciding factor. Choose between growing small fruits -berries that grow on small plants, vines, or bushes -or your larger tree fruits. Start with fruit that are easily raised, space-efficient small fruits such as strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries. If you have the room for a fruit tree or two, don’t pass up the opportunity.