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18 Fruits You Can Grow In Garden Containers



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Everyone dreams about growing fruit trees in garden containers.  How fun to see them grow, pick them when they are ripe and eat them in all their fresh deliciousness.  Imagine how fresh, no pesticides, how fresh no sitting in a truck and being transported these fruits will be.

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You can grow a vase selection of fruits in garden containers.  Tree fruits, citrus & tropical fruits can all be grown not only in garden planters but indoors.  If you are up to the challenge growing your own food can be so rewarding. And, cheaper!

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The first place to start is always finding a garden container.  Always go for planters with drain holes, make sure the planter is large enough and find containers that meet your decor needs.  Next is to learn how to maintain the type of fruit you choose and then find seeds or starter plants.

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Below is the list of the ones recommended for containers:

Tree Fruits:
Apples
Kumquats
Avocado
Blackberries
Blueberries
Pomegranate
Cherries
Figs
Pears

Citrus Fruits:
Dwarf orange
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Meyer Lemons
Limes

Tropical Fruits:
Banana
Pineapple
Papaya
Guavas


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Post Last Updated: 7/26/2017 3:30:41 PM 

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Here are a few simple tips to help when thinking about what type of potted containers you are going to tackle for your yard or garden areas.
 
Grow the tastiest and most nutritious fruits right on your deck or patio.  Start by planting a dwarf peach tree in a wooden box or terracotta pot.  Add three strawberry plants, and then dress it all up with a bunch of annual flowers.  Sit back and enjoy luscious berries in spring, peaches in summer and flowers all season long.  Nice pot eh?
 
Forget trying to get grass in shady areas.  Plant a rustic pot with shade loving fuschia, ferns and impatients.  Then sit back in a comfy chair with a glass of lemonade and watch your neighbors mow their lawns.

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Lastly, does your porch lack pizzazz?  Fill a plain container with ivy, bright faced pansies, sapphire lobelias, and wine red geraniums.  In just a few weeks, the pot will be stuffed with blooms, enticing passerbys to stop and admire your creativity.
If you are ready for something different or more challenging, we offer lots of ideas right here in the Arizona Pottery Pottery Post Blog.  You can follow our simple instructions and ideas and delivery yourself with your newfound green thumb.

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