Fruitful Season Ahead In My Home Garden

While waiting for the second system of storms to move through our area I took a short walk from the barn out into my husband’s orchard. I thought it might be fun to share with my readers the fruit that we are having success growing in our Ohio home garden. Here is a fruitful season ahead in my home garden growing tips and more.

Fruitful List

Below are the top fruits to add to any home garden.  These are fruits I have grown in my home garden successfully.

Blueberries are starting to form on the 1-year-old bushes.

In the last few years, my husband has had fun building his own garden around his ‘man-cave’ AKA the barn. Once the barn was built six years ago he has been gathering some of our Midwest favorites and adding to a small orchard in our back ’40’. One of the treasures is the Pluot trees. This is the second year we have had fruit on these three-year-old trees.

Apple Tree

There are a few new and old apple trees back in the orchard. When I took a close-up look I noticed the fruit was starting to show its’ color even in the early growth season.

Fruitful Berries Added To The Home Garden

One of the garden favorites from our first home in town that I was sure to move out to our country garden was the raspberry patch. The raspberry patch had been growing in that location for at least 25 years. We were able to move the trellis that was made to hold the berries and also many of the bushes. This 20-foot section of shrub has been flourishing in its new location next to my veggie garden. These berries were easy to move and we were harvesting berries the first year we moved them. By the second year, I was able to use them in a jam that I preserved.

After numerous trips to the fields of blueberries in the neighboring state of Michigan for Garden Tours, blueberries were a must add to our home garden. We are fortunate to have a variety of rich soil on our property. The blueberry shrubs seem to do best in this sandy rich soil in zone 5b.  The birds got to the berries before we did.

Our Orchard is nestled back in our property next to the meadow that leads into the woods.  Over the years we’ve continued the fruitful season in a dome garden. This is an amazing place to walk and gather thoughts.

Let’s Connect

Be sure to connect by comment below.  I’d love to hear what you are growing in your home garden.

Happy Fruitful Growing Season Ahead,

4 thoughts on “Fruitful Season Ahead In My Home Garden”

  1. Hi Bren~~ We’re getting so much rain here. People don’t like it but the plants are thriving. I can’t remember a time when I had so many raspberries–not ripe yet but soon.

    Your plants are looking mighty healthy. Aw, the anticipation… what lies ahead. Yum!!

    Reply
    • Thank you for sharing with me. I can’t wait to share all the new plants we have growing that are edible in the gardens. We’ve added figs and citrus!

      Reply

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