Edible Gardening

Types of Berries
11 Common Types of Berries - Pictures, Care, and Use Tips
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The botanical definition of berry excludes many of the fruits that are commonly known as berries, such as strawberries and blueberries. If you're wondering that berry plants you're able to grow in your garden, this list uncovers some of the most popular types of berries and the plants that produce them, as well as their care requirements.

Types of Fig Trees
Fig Trees for Sale
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There are over 800 varieties of fig trees in existence, all part of the mulberry (Moraceae) family. Most fig trees hail from tropical climates, as they prefer extreme heat and are intolerant of low temperatures, though there are some hardy species that can withstand frost.

Types of Herbs
10 Common Types of Herbs with Care & Use Tips
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Herbs are a wonderful addition to any garden, offering instant flavor to culinary dishes and providing fragrance wherever you grow them. Herbs are often also ornamental and can be grown indoors in containers, or outside in borders, making them suitable even for people with very limited growing space.

Types of melons
13 Different Types of Melons (Plus Essential Facts)
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Melons are a type of fruit that belong to the Cucurbitaceae family and grow on vines that sprawl across the ground or can be kept upright with support. These plants are not typically attractive in their own right but are widely cultivated for the delicious fruits they produce. They have been grown for over 4,000 years as an important food source in areas such as Egypt and Africa.

Types of Coconuts
10 Different Types of Coconuts (Pictures and Facts)
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There is only one species of Coconut Palm tree in the world, and this is Cocos nucifera. However, many cultivars exist within this species, which bear a wide variety of different types of coconuts. The Coconut Palm cultivars are split into two groups; dwarf varieties and tall varieties.

Fruits and foliage of Bay laurel
Bay Laurel Tree - Easy Growing & Care Guide
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Bay laurels are an evergreen plant hailing from the Mediterranean and are known as one of the oldest trees to be cultivated. It is now grown for its ornamental beauty, but also for use in cooking, in which its dried leaves are commonly used to flavor soups, stews, broths, casseroles, and sauces.

Olive tree
Olive Trees for Sale
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Olive Trees can grow in a variety of climates, but if you want them to bear fruit, make sure to keep outside in a moderate climate with plenty of water. Here we'll discover more about how to take care of this popular tree for its maximum growing potential as ornamental trees as well as for fruit production.