Growing Fruit

Nearly every gardener has grown a vegetable or two, but what about fruit? Homegrown berries, apples, peaches, and more can be yours for the tasting, and it's easier than you might think. While some fruits can be grown from seed, most are available either as bare-root, balled-and-burlapped, or container-grown plants; our guides show you the differences.

A plump, juicy cherry is a luxurious treat--for humans and wildlife alike....

Use our tips to enjoy tasty, homegrown blueberries.

Wonder how to grow a watermelon plant? It's simple: a seed, well-drained soil,...

Reap the benefits of growing citrus and other subtropical fruits in your own...

What fertilizer do you recommend for strawberries in containers? My plants are...

Orange trees are a popular selection for gardeners in citrus-friendly climates...

Whether they are red, yellow, purple, or black, homegrown raspberries are full...

You don't need a lot of room for a strawberry patch.

Apple is the most widely adapted of all temperate-zone fruit trees. A copious...

Of all the stone fruits, plums are some of the most varied. They range from...

Productive, fragrant, and beautiful, lemon trees thrive in regions that have a...

Famous for adding a tropical taste to pies, margaritas, and other tasty foods,...

There's truly nothing better than a fresh-picked, juicy cherry from your own...

From Better Homes and Gardens, ideas and improvement projects for your home an...

Clusters of fuzzy, brown kiwifruits have an unassuming presence, but once you...

A nectarine is simply a fuzzless peach. Sweet and juicy, nectarines do not...

Pears are among the easiest and most attractive fruit trees for the home...

Skip the produce aisle and grow these easy fruits in your backyard. As a bonus...

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