The Ultimate Fruit Gardening Guide in Handy Infographic Form
Fruit Gardening Guide | Many easy to grow fruits are rarely commercially available because they either don't transport well, or go bad quickly after harvesting. Grow a permaculture garden or food forest to have them available right outside your door!
For more berries, you should make sure to replace your entire bed after 3-5 years. Once the strawberry plants are older than five years, they start to decrease in productivity. By replacing your beds the younger plants will be able to take over and produce lots of new strawberries.
Care Of Plum Tree – Tips On How To Grow A Plum Tree
By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener Plums are a delectable addition to any home garden. Growing plum trees is not only rewarding but also extremely tasty. Plums are excellent fresh but also make a wonderful jam or jelly. Keep reading for more information on how to grow a plum tree in your garden. Growing Conditions for…
The tayberry (Rubus fruticosus x idaeus) is true gem of the fruit garden, and while not as well known as its berrying cousins it is does in fact produce larger and better flavoured fruits than the loganberry and most raspberries cultivars. Developed in 1979 by the Scottish Horticultural Research Institute, the tayberry is a hybrid of the red raspberry and blackberry and received its name from the river Tay in Scotland.