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How To Grow Fruit All Year Round

Monday, August 29, 2016 7:26
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Do you want to grow Fruit All Year round? I know I do. As part of the new infographic, Monday’s I found one on growing fruit all year long. The infographic has 12 plants with info on how to grow them. It has the hardiness zones so you know what plants will grow in your zone.

I got really excited when I saw the Hass avocado on there. I thought I was wrong and maybe I could grow them here in Tennessee. Nope, they require zone 9-11 and I’m in a 7.  Not to be discouraged there are plenty that is able to be grown in all zones. If you are really clever like Paul Wheaton you can try to grow a lemon Tree in Montana.

Growing Fruit fruit all year round means you have to find some that grow in the winter. Options are limited especially depending on your location. If you live in Austraila you will have more options thanWisconsinn. Persimmon is a potential fruit for your garden,  along with cranberries and blackberries for  the colder months. A good option for winter pies is the cactus pear.

This handy new infographic lays out all the best options for home-grown fruit, so that you can match your soil type and climate to your preferred fruits and create a calendar that matches your needs. Get planting today, and you’ll soon be reaping the benefits of fresh air, lush surroundings, and healthy fruits whose sweetness is embellished with a hint of accomplishment.

How to grow fruit all year round

How to grow fruit all year round by team at Happy to Survive.

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  • jknbt

    your haas avocado will freeze to the roots the first time it gets to 32 degF…

    you need a greenhouse 80′ tall to grow a mature tree…

    cheaper to buy them at the market

    go to LOGEES.COM for a small dwarf avocado tree. It will still need a greenhouse in TN. And the taste is not so good, sort of tastes like mown grass, not as nice as a Haas avocado….

    the first step to plant success is buying something suited to your area…you can experiment, but expect to lose a lot of expensive plants when ordering something exotic…cheaper to grow exotic stuff from seeds if you can find them…

    here is a link to a nursery that has some very cool exotic looking plants that is a lot closer to the climate in TN:

    have fun!

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