You love eating fresh fruit and want to grow them right in the garden, this list today will help you. That is green fruits! They not only are an excellent way to get more nutrients into your diet but also have great looks for your garden. They contain more vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber, and other nutrients than other fruits.
Like other fruit trees, they are quite easy to grow and adapt well to your soil condition. Most of these plants can be grown vertically or in containers, so they’re ideal for your small gardens, courtyards, and balconies. Growing these fruits will also bring green space into your homes year around. So, keep reading to find some that suit your favorite and grow them now.
Avocados not only have a greet green look but are also packed with nutrients including folate, vitamin C, potassium, and monounsaturated fat. You can grow a dwarf avocado variety in containers if you don’t have a garden. This fruit grows best in warm tropical or subtropical climates.
Gooseberries produce small green berries that can be sweet or sour. This green fruit can be grown as a bush or trained to grow on a trellis.
#3 Apple (Granny Smith Apples)
Granny Smith Apples are the most popular green apple and they are great in cooking. You can grow dwarf apple varieties in containers in a sunny spot.
Cucumbers are considered both vegetables and fruits. If you want to grow them, there are many different varieties of cucumbers. All of them are easy to grow and can be trained on a trellis or wire fence to save space in the garden.
#5 Honeydew Melons
Honeydew Melons are one of the great green fruits to grow in the garden. It has a cream-colored exterior and light green flesh on the inside. Besides giving a perfect taste, they have a long growing season and it takes between 65 to 100 days for the melons to mature.
#6 Pear (Nashi Pear)
Nashi Pear is also called Asian pears and is easy to care for. It will grow well in most climates and soil types.
#7 Kiwi Fruit
Kiwis grow on long vines that can reach up to 20 feet. They are small fruits that are fuzzy and brown on the outside and green on the inside.
You can grow this fruit for vertical gardens or train them to grow on a trellis, pergola, fence, or arbor.
Limes are easy-to-grow green fruits in your backyard. You just give them enough water during hot weather.
Green grapes have many different varieties to grow on a trellis or pergola. All of them grow best in full sun. You should regularly prune them to control the size of the vines.
Growing pears is considered easier to grow than apples as they’re less susceptible to pests and diseases. Also, this fruit can tolerate frost during winter days. However, if its blooms appear in frost weather, they need to be protected.