This article has been kindly submitted by Lisa Farland of Happy To Survive
Eating fruits help provide nutrients that our body needs but growing them at home is another story. Having fruit trees right in our backyard adds physical activity to our daily routine and also gives us more control over the chemicals that get into the fruits.
However, not a lot of people are keen to the idea of growing fruit trees right in their backyard. Many believe that it is a time-consuming hobby compared to taking a short trip to the grocery store, plus it requires a lot of space for them to grow properly.
On the contrary, it does not. In fact, you just need a small space for a garden and exert some effort to get these plants established. Once that is done, you can reap the benefits of having access to fresh fruits all year round.
The guide below shows you 12 different fruit plants and trees that can be grown in your backyard garden all year round. As long as they are established, these fruits should be very easy to maintain and will provide a supply of fruits all throughout the year.
If you are not convinced, just take a look at the helpful infographic below.
Everything you need to know about growing year-round trees is already there. You might wonder what fruits are most suitable for your backyard’s soil type. There is also a guide on which season to best start planting them, how long it would take before being able to harvest fruits and other important details such as refrigeration and freezer storage length for the produce.
Start planting your fruits today and reap great benefits – fresh air, fresh produce, physical exercise – soon!
How to grow fruit all year round by the team at Happy to Survive.
Lisa Farland is a content writer in Happy to Survive – a blog that will help you thrive and survive, and offers articles about preparedness, and off-the-grid, self-reliant living. Lisa is an avid minimalist camper, prepper and survival enthusiast.