Fruits Plants, Berries, & Edibles

Gardening in itself is rewarding, but there’s nothing like growing something that you can proudly put on the dining room table! We love mixing in fruit plants, berries, and edibles into our garden designs. This creates a garden space where you can harvest your bounty and enjoy the natural beauty of all of your hard work.

Strategically Growing Fruit Plants, Berries, & Edibles 

For a versatile, comprehensive fruiting landscape, try planting fruit plants, berries, and edibles that come into season at different times. For instance, the Little Miss Figgy Dwarf Fig produces fruit in Spring and Fall. Therefore, if you plant it with Summer fruiting blueberry or blackberry varieties such as the Bless Your Heart Blueberry or Prime-Ark Freedom Thornless Blackberry you will have something producing fruit nearly all growing season long. For extra credit, throw in the Bambina Pineapple Guava which produces fruit in early winter.

Additional Considerations When Growing Fruit Plants, Berries, and Edibles

Having fruiting plants, especially berries, in your yard is a surefire way to attract birds to your landscape. However, there are a few different ways to discourage this if it becomes a problem for you.

1. Plant your fruit plants and berries away from large trees and shrubs, where birds make their home.

2. Apply some bird scare tape on your bushes.

3. Install bird netting on your shrubs (Most effective)

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