Fruits That Grow Well in Pots

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If you are looking to have more fresh, organic fruit at home, growing it yourself is the
perfect way to accomplish that. You don’t need a big vineyard just to grow fruit in your
own backyard. There are some fruits that grow in pots, both outside and inside your


One of the fruits that will grow well in pots is lemons. This is great news since when you
make things like lemonade or want lemons for your fruit-infused water, you typically
want a large amount of them. While they aren’t super expensive at the grocery store, it
does add up, especially when you want to organic varieties. You can grow your own
lemons right at home in a container without needing to plant large lemon trees that are
difficult to take care of. Just make sure your container is in the right environment for


You can also grow your own peaches at home by using pots, but they should be outside
with nearly full sun to grow properly. You want to use large pots for your peach trees,
with potting mix made of soil. Choose a sunny spot that does have good shelter to keep
out bugs and pests that might want to eat the juicy fruit. You will feed your peach trees
in the spring and may need plastic sheeting when you first plant them for extra


Who doesn’t love strawberries? These not only grow in pots, but are often one of the
easiest fruits you can grow at home. You don’t need a lot of space, so pots of just about
any size will be good for growing strawberries. You can grow them on your patio in pots,
or even inside your home if you have enough natural sunlight. These are popular
among people in apartments or townhouses who don’t have backyards, but can grow
them out on their balcony or patio.


You can also have fresh apples at home by using large pots. You need large pots and
the dwarf apple trees in order to grow them in this manner. However, even with dwarf
trees, you will still get full-sized fruit. This is also the same for pears, which grow in the
same seasons. You will typically have both apples and pears between the summer and
fall seasons if you start growing them in pots in the early spring. Make sure frost is gone
before you start them.

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