Instead of flowers and ferns, you can start growing fruits in hanging baskets. This is a great way if your space is limited but you still want to have beautiful and delicious fruits in your home. Strawberries, cherry tomatoes, peppers … are very suitable for this way of growing. And in the article today, we want to share 9 fruits that you can grow in hanging baskets anywhere in your house such as your porch, patio, balcony, or rooftop. Check them out.
Growing these fruits in a hanging basket will free up space in the garden and you can grow a variety of different fruits more. This will make your garden more beautiful and attract those who think fruits can not be as beautiful as flowers. And most of them are so easy to grow and just require minimal care. Start now.
Fresh strawberries are delightful in flavor, so aromatic and juicy. You can grow strawberries in hanging baskets in limited space.
Blueberry plant produces clusters of juicy blueberries with bright green leaves in the backdrop! It is a great plant to grow in your apartment in hanging baskets.
Raspberry bushes are not difficult to grow. You’ll need a large hanging basket, bigger than 12 inches, and a less windy spot for growing raspberry in a hanging basket.
Maybe, blackberries aren’t delicious for you but they’re very nutritious. Also, these compact varieties can be grown in pots. A 10-12 inches hanging basket should be fine for black cascade. For other varieties, you’ll need a larger size.
There are some dwarf citrus varieties available that you can grow in 12-24 inches size hanging baskets. Besides the fruits, you can enjoy highly aromatic and ornamental citrus flowers.
#6 Cherry Tomatoes
Cherry Tomatoes are fruits and growing them in hanging baskets is quite easy, just like strawberries. This way they grow vertically and you receive fresh homegrown cherry tomatoes for salad and cooking.
Cucumber also has a variety of dwarfs to grow in the basket. You will have delicious salad dishes for this summer.
Instead of using soil, you can grow peas in a mix of peat moss, vermiculite, wood chips, sawdust, and perlite. To keep the basket from becoming too heavy, harvest the peas as they grow, instead of waiting to pick them at once.
As fruits above, pepper is so easy to grow in the basket. You can place it in the shade where it can get from 4-6 hours at least.