Depends on where you live. When selecting a fruit tree to purchase be sure to ask the gardener which varieties thrive in your region. You may also want to consider growing tomatoes. They are technically a fruit and are relatively easy to grow in a number of different geographical areas.
Columnar apple trees are a great alternative to a full size apple tree while providing the same fruit that everyone loves. They can be grown in a small area as they have been designed to grow without branches. They can even grow in pots. They produce fruit for about twenty years and start producing fruit as early as their first year.
Southern Living recommends apples, figs, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries.
Depends on where you live. If you are in most of the U.S., there are varieties of many fruits that will grow in your yard (with proper planting, care and soil of course).
Apples, pears, cherries, plums, raspberries, and strawberries are some of the most common. If you live in southern California or Florida and parts between, you can easily grow citrus fruits too. Blueberries are one of my favorites. Check a catalog like Gurneys
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