This native understory tree or large shrub grows 15-20’ tall (sometimes to 30’) and occurs … Continued
browsing plants: garden to table — fruit
Botanically speaking, a fruit is a seed-bearing structure that develops from the ovary of a flowering plant, whereas vegetables are all other plant parts, such as roots, leaves and stems. By those standards, seedy outgrowths such as apples, squash and even tomatoes are all fruits, while roots such as beets, potatoes and turnips, leaves such as spinach, kale and lettuce, and stems such as celery and broccoli are all vegetables.
Berries are available in quarts for $15 and #2 gallon containers for $20.
Fruit trees are grown in #5 and #7 gallon nursery containers for $50.
Rounded oval crown, grows to 35-60’ tall. Edible persimmon fruits up to 2” in diameter … Continued
This classic, all-purpose fig is delicious fresh and in preserves, and dried figs make tasty … Continued
A vigorous grower with improved resistance to cold, it produces small, purplish-brown figs with extra … Continued
Glossy red, long-necked fruit, ‘Ozark Beauty’, ‘Tri Star’, ‘Seascape’ and ‘Eversweet’ have a mild, sweet … Continued
The plants tolerate some drought once established, but for best fruit set and quality, water … Continued
‘Braeburn’ apples were discovered in 1952 as a chance seedling growing in a New Zealand … Continued
Low mats of spiny pads which can colonize large beds over time. Showy flowers are … Continued
This perennial vine grows up to 25′ long and climbs with tendrils. 3″ lavender flowers … Continued
‘Belle of Georgia’ produces good yields, hardiness and disease resistance. Rosy-pink peaches with juicy white … Continued
Crisp texture and good to eat as soon as harvested or for several months after … Continued
‘Bartlett’ is the best known pear. Medium-sized or larger fruits are ripe when they turn … Continued