Category Archives for Fruit Growing

Highbush Blueberry | Vaccinium Corymbosum

The robust blueberry, native to North America, is a member of the Ericaceae family. Like the cranberry, it will only produce a good crop of fruit if it grows in acid, very moist soil in a sunny, sheltered position. This … Continue reading

07. April 2014 by admin
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Blackberry : Rubus

Blackberry, a woody, rambling shrub also belongs to the Rosaceae family. It is best to choose thornless varieties for growing in containers because the fruit is easier to pick. The black fruit is ready to pick from late-summer to early … Continue reading

04. April 2014 by admin
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Pears | Pyrus communis

Pears have been cultivated for many centuries but they have never acquired the importance of their relatives, the apples. The reason is that their storage capability is not as good and the fact that the trees need more care and … Continue reading

03. April 2014 by admin
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Quick Tips for Growing Grape Vines

  A grape vine is an interesting plant for a greenhouse border, however if space in the greenhouse is limited, it can be grown in a large pot. If you are considering growing a grapevine, the following tips will help: … Continue reading

07. October 2013 by admin
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