Do you know that fruit trees are a great addition to your home landscape? They will provide a lot of benefits such as floral beauty, fragrance, attract pollinators, increase property value, provide shade, and best of all provide delicious fruit to eat. If you only grow one fruit tree variety in your landscape, choose one of these 16 fastest-producing fruit plants so you can harvest an abundance of fruit in just a few years.
Most people think that the plant is going to take an awful lot of time to bear fruits when growing any fruit, but this is not the case. And, these fruits are for anyone who’s looking forward to enjoying a homegrown harvest quickly. Growing a fruit garden can be a very fun way to spend leisure time. It is a healthy activity, in which both the young and adult can engage themselves. What’s more, you can enjoy fresh and organic fruits at your home without buying outside as well as not sure about their quantity.
Mulberries ripen in summers, producing sweet, large, black fruits. The tree starts to bear fruits in the second year and grows fast. It does well in almost any type of soil.
Depend on the size and age of the lemon tree you buy, the fruit will be produced in the first season. Fruiting grafted lemon plant starts bearing fruit in the same year.
#3 Pear Tree
Pear trees are fast-growing, it attains a good height in a short span of time. It can bear fruit from 1 to 2 years after planting in late summer. Dwarf varieties reach up to 8-12 feet tall with 6-10 feet of spread and you can grow in pots.
#4 Fig Tree
Fig trees grow fast and bear fruit the second year of planting. You can control the height by growing dwarf variety in pots.
Peach trees grow fast and attain a height up to 4-6 feet within a year. They bear delicious fruits in the second year of growth and also comes in dwarf varieties to grow in pots.
Blueberries are fast growers and the berries can be harvested two to four months after flowering, and the plant fruits a year after being planted.
Strawberry can be grown everywhere in pots, hanging baskets, upside-down planters, and garden beds. The plant will be ready to provide you with fruits within the same year.
#8 Passion Fruit
Passion fruit bear fruits in 10-14 months and you will get one large crop in the summer and fall.
Papaya tree grows fast, and a healthy established plant bears fruits in 6-12 months after planting.
#10 Apricot Tree
The apricot tree bears fruits for two months in mid-summer. The tree grows best in hardiness zone 5-8. It’ll fruit from the next year of planting.