Is there anything better than our family eat fruits of our own garden?

Top 12 fruits one can easily grow in containers at home.

If you are someone who enjoys growing and preserving your own food but you’re also someone who just doesn’t have the outdoor garden space that you need, we’ve got a great collection of interests for you.

We’ve found these fruit plants those you can grow in containers. These fruits are such that you would normally plant in a larger garden.

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The difference is, you can grow these on the deck or porch or wherever you have room because they’re all in some sort of container. Plus, these fruits grow very well in containers so there are no worries of getting smaller than average size of fruits .

So whether you have a huge gardening space or not, if you want to grow your own fruits, you can and we’ve got the perfect fruits for you to grow in those containers. Take a look, pick out your favorites, and DIY your way to more homegrown food on the table all year long.

1. Mango

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2. Lemon

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3. Banana

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4. Orange

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5. Common Fig (Anjir)

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6. Jack fruit

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7. Ram phal

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8. Chikoo

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9. Litchi

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10. Sweet Lime

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11. Pomegranate

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12. Guava

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As with any kind of garden, success usually starts with the soil. Most vegetables do best in moist, well-drained soil that’s rich in organic matter (such as compost or peat moss).

If you don’t have a good soil for vegetables, you can also buy ready to use nutrient rich soil.

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In general use a soil-based compost placed over a generous layer of drainage material such as earthenware crocks, pebbles or gravel. Water and feed regularly, especially while plants are bearing flowers and fruit, when a high-potash fertilizer is recommended.

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