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7 Easily Propagated Fruits for Transforming Your Backyard into a Food Forest

7 Easily Propagated Fruits for Transforming Your Backyard into a Food Forest

Fig 'Brown turkey' fruit plant - Figs require a warm sheltered spot in the garden and are highly resistant to drought.

Potted Fig Tree: Figs are sweet, chewy and healthy! Enjoy them right at home with our simple growing and harvesting tips.

Figs: Learn the Secrets to Large Harvests

Potted Fig Tree: Figs are sweet, chewy and healthy! Enjoy them right at home with our simple growing and harvesting tips.

Fig bread, a popular quick bread made with figs and pecans. This fig bread makes…

Fresh Fig Bread

Fig bread, a popular quick bread made with figs and pecans. This fig bread makes 2 standard loaves of quick bread with fresh figs and pecans.

Blackberries

These are the easiest grow-your-own fruits. They don't require grafting, and are easily propagated in quantity for your very own backyard food forest garden.

Lots of Delicious Options There are plenty of fruits and berries you can grow in containers on a patio, balcony, or porch. Many dwarf fruit trees like apple, fig, and cherry grow very nicely in containers,...

10 Fruits & Berries to Grow in Containers

Blueberries come in many varieties and can be planted in a a natural fruiting hedge.

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7 Easily Propagated Fruits for Transforming Your Backyard into a Food Forest

If you've grown (or eaten) some fabulous produce this summer, be sure to save your seeds so you can grow the same varieties next year! Read on to learn how.

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