Trees and Plants for a Year-Round Fruit Garden
If you have a little garden space, you are probably growing seasonal vegetables, but there is no bad time to grow fruit either. This graphic shows the plants that grow fruit at any time of the year, including several options that can be used year round that will feed you equally in both the warmer and cooler months.
Which one you could plant depends largely on your particular climate, and of course, some of these options will bear fruit longer than others (berry bushes can grow and feed you in a year or so, while trees avocados can take anywhere from three to three years. and a maximum of 15 years), but if you scroll down the chart, you get a handy map of North America to help you decide which fruit to plant based on where you live. There are even some small space gardening tips in container crates and vertical gardens that can help you even if you don’t have a lot of planting space.
How To Grow Fruit All Year Round | Happy to survive