Angel Red® Pomegranate Customer Review
"It's already producing fruit," raves Jana K. in her 5-star review of Angel Red® Pomegrante from Monrovia. Simply the best pomegranate on the market! Large, showy, bright, orange-red blooms on upright, fount-like branches produce large, vivid red fruit that ripens late summer to fall. Less pulp and higher juice content than others, with seeds soft enough to be eaten fresh. Zones 7-11; Full sun; 10' tall and wide.
How to Grow Kadota Figs
Treat this fig as a small shade tree or accent if you don’t have it in a fruit garden. Its green fruit is not as decorative as other figs, but some say even more delicious. Up to 25′ tall and wide. Full sun. Zones 7–9. Fruit: Pert green skin gives way to a heart of pale amethyst. The taste is especially sweet and appealingly complex. Spoon over ice cream or yogurt.
Figs: Fresh From Your Garden
Best eaten lusciously ripe and sun-warmed straight off the tree, figs can vary in size, shape, flavor, texture, and time of harvest and can be black, green, brown, violet, yellow, or purple. Self-fruitful, so you need only one plant to produce fruit easy to grow, and there’s one for just about every size garden (and several that are quite cold tolerant). Learn how to select, plant, prune, care for, and best of all, harvest figs in your own back yard.
Nine Fantastic Figs
Good Eats: 9 Best Figs for Your Garden Fresh figs are yours for the picking when you grow your own backyard fig tree. Easier (and hardier) than you might think, figs are a beautiful year-round small tree or shrub that offer up delicious fruit that is beautiful for fresh eating, on a charcuterie board or platter, or made into jams and other sweet treats.
Blueberries for Warm Climates
Grow blueberries even in warm climates with varieties that have low chill-hour requirements, like Bountiful Blue®️ Blueberry from Monrovia. Blush pink spring flowers turn to luscious, ripe blueberries, just in time for summer pies and fresh eating! Leaves may be semi-evergreen in warmer areas. Zones 6 - 10.
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Five Ways With Bountiful Berries. While there’s a definite rustic glamour in a lush, productive backyard vegetable patch, the days of relegating edibles to the kitchen garden are over. Bringing berries—from the summertime trifecta of strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, to more unusual such as gooseberries, elderberries and grapes (yes, grapes are technically berries)—into the landscape, from tucking them into mixed beds and borders and against fences either solo or behind perennials to clamber...
Ultimate Guide to Growing Berries
There has never been a better time to add perfectly-ripe, plump, tasty homegrown berries to your garden. New, more compact-sized plants and improved varieties have made growing berries even easier and more rewarding. We grow our berries in a special soil mix crafted especially for edibles, so your plants will flower and fruit more in their first year in your garden.