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Blueberries, Vaccinium, Vaccinium corymbosum (Highbush Blueberry), Vaccinium angustifolium (Lowbush Blueberry), Vaccinium ashei (Rabbiteye Blueberry), Vaccinium macrocarpon (Cranberry), Blueberries, Northern highbush blueberries, Southern highbush blueberries

Blueberries (Vaccinium)

Blueberries (Vaccinium) make excellent ornamental edibles. Evergreen or deciduous shrubs, they are worthy of inclusion in the garden where they offer multiple seasons of interest. They can be successfully grown in any size garden or planted in containers provided they are grown in acidic soil.

Fragaria, Fragaria x ananassa, Garden Strawberries, Red Berries, Strawberries,

Most Popular Strawberry Varieties

Strawberry picking evokes childhood memories of seeking out bright red strawberries hidden in mounds of fresh, green leaves, ready to be plucked and enjoyed. Who can resist a strawberry? There are numerous strawberry varieties available and finding the right one for your garden may be daunting.

Prunus persica (Peach)

Beautiful spring flowers, lush foliage through summer, juicy fruits, golden fall color - Peach or nectarine trees (Prunus persica) are a beautiful sight across seasons. Widely popular for their sweet fruits, they require more severe pruning than most other fruit trees but the extra work pays off in bountiful, juicy, homegrown peaches.

Planting Apples, Growing Apples, Apple pollination, Apple seasons, Apple Pruning, Apples Pests, Apple Diseases, Apple Sizes, Best Apples, Top Apples

Growing Apples at Home - Basic Facts

Easy to grow and productive, apple trees can be very rewarding, no matter how large or small your garden is. Beautiful in bloom, heavy with luscious apples, picturesque when old, apple trees are wonderful additions to the landscape. There are more than 7,000 varieties of apple of varying sizes, appearances, and flavors. There is surely one for you!

Planting Pears, Growing Pears, Pear pollination, Pear seasons, Pear Pruning, Pear Pests and Diseases, Pears Sizes, Best Pears, Top Pears

Growing Pears at Home - Basic Facts

Beautiful in bloom, handsome in full leaf, heavy with luscious pears, attractive in fall, picturesque in winter, pear trees are very beautiful additions to the landscape across the seasons. Easy to grow and productive, pear trees can be very rewarding, no matter how large or small your garden is. There are thousands of varieties of pear of varying sizes, appearances, and flavors. Pear cultivars can be dessert (eating fresh), culinary (cooking) or dual-purpose. There is surely one for you!

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