Fruits

Types of Apple Trees

10 Types of Apple Trees You Can Grow in Your Home Garden

by Max on Thu, 07/16/2020 - 02:49
Apple trees are very rewarding to grow at home. They are a beautiful ornamental tree, especially when in bloom and also produce bountiful harvests of edible fruits. Here you can learn about some of the best types of apple trees to grow in your home garden, which climates they are most suited to, and what their care requirements are.
Types of Oranges

Different Types of Oranges To Grow Or For Consumption (with Pictures)

by Max on Mon, 07/13/2020 - 08:23
Orange trees are a hot climate fruit-producing plant that typically thrives in hot, dry regions in full sun, with moist and well-draining soil. There are many different types of orange you might want to consider when it comes to growing for orange trees or buying oranges for consumption. These are the main types of oranges available:
Types of Watermelon

11 Different Types of Watermelon with Care Guides

by Max on Sun, 06/14/2020 - 07:01
Watermelons are a delicious fruit that is refreshing and sweet and are perfect to be enjoyed ice cold on a hot summer day. These fruits grow on vines, and they require four months of consistently warm weather to thrive. Fortunately, though, they can be grown in most USDA hardiness zones, as cooler regions can start seedlings inside before the weather is hot enough to move them outside.
Types of Berries

11 Common Types of Berries - Pictures, Care, and Use Tips

by Max on Sun, 05/31/2020 - 08:11
The botanical definition of berry excludes many of the fruits that are commonly known as berries, such as strawberries and blueberries. If you're wondering that berry plants you're able to grow in your garden, this list uncovers some of the most popular types of berries and the plants that produce them, as well as their care requirements.
Types of melons

13 Different Types of Melons (Plus Essential Facts)

by Max on Sat, 02/01/2020 - 01:41
Melons are a type of fruit that belong to the Cucurbitaceae family and grow on vines that sprawl across the ground or can be kept upright with support. These plants are not typically attractive in their own right but are widely cultivated for the delicious fruits they produce. They have been grown for over 4,000 years as an important food source in areas such as Egypt and Africa.
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