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Growing your own fruits allows you to select from among the best-tasting varieties, many of which are unavailable at groceries because they don't ship well. Your own fruit may never make it to your kitchen, too, but for a different reason: It's so delicious eaten fresh from the bush.

Whatever the garden spot, a fruit is availalbe to fill it. Taller apple or pear trees provide shade and framing. semidwarf trees are excellent as accents. Dwarfs grow in containers on balconies. Bush fruits blend in whith other shrubbery. Grape or kiwi covers an arbor for instant shade, and stawberry is good as a ground cover, in hanging baskets, or to form living walls.

Depending on the season, we carry many different citrus varieties of grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange and tangerine. Stop by the garden center to select your choice varieties of blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, fig, pomegranite, apple, apricot, cherry, nectarine, peach, pecan, pear, plum, persimmon and grapes.

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