Fruit

Growing fruit provides so many benefits for the entire family!

One thing I’ve heard gardeners say continually – if they could go back in time and do something differently, they would start fruit trees sooner!

Some fruit plants and trees grow quickly and some takes years to bear fruit. Some are annuals and others come back every year.

Read all about growing your own fruit here!

Cantaloupe Companion Plants – What to Grow with Cantaloupe (Muskmelon)
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Cantaloupe Companion Plants – What to Grow with Cantaloupe (Muskmelon)

If you’re wondering where to grow cantaloupe in the garden, you aren’t alone. I was looking for the best cantaloupe companion plants so I can plot out my fruit and veggie gardens this year. Since I needed to know what to grow with cantaloupe, I thought you might want to get some ideas, too. This…

Watermelon Companion Plants – What to Plant and NOT Plant Nearby
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Watermelon Companion Plants – What to Plant and NOT Plant Nearby

If you’ve ever tried growing watermelon, you’ve likely noticed it takes up quite a bit of space in the garden! I sure did, so I got to thinking about watermelon companion plants so I could maximize my growing space. I’m happy to share my favorite combinations of what to plant near watermelon and what to…

Strawberry Companion Plants – What to Plant Near Strawberries
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Strawberry Companion Plants – What to Plant Near Strawberries

Strawberries are quite possibly one of the easiest fruits to grow in the garden. Simply bring home a few starter plants, water as needed, and they pretty much establish themselves. Finding good strawberry companion plants means you can find room for even more berries in your garden! Companion planting strawberries allows you to find mutually…

Strawberry Runners – Propagating Strawberries the Easy Way
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Strawberry Runners – Propagating Strawberries the Easy Way

Wouldn’t it be amazing to have endless strawberries to pick in your garden? Take advantage of strawberry runners to multiply your plants quickly and easily! During the first year, strawberry plants tend to produce “daughters” as a means of propagation. These plants produce berries the following year, literally multiplying your yield! What are strawberry runners?…