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Rhubarb

Although technically a vegetable, rhubarb is generally used as a fruit in desserts and jams. Attractive and easy to grow, rhubarb has a place in every home garden. About This Plant Rhubarb is a perennial vegetable; put it where it won’t be disturbed. Purchase and plant rhubarb roots...
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Blueberry

Fully ripened blueberries have sweetness and aroma that store-bought blueberries cannot match, and the attractive shrubs are easy to grow and maintain. About This Plant Select blueberry varieties adapted to your area. In the south, look for Southern highbush blueberries or rabbiteye blueberries. In the north, select highbush...
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Strawberry

Probably nothing beats the taste of a just-picked, sun-ripened strawberry. Strawberries are loaded with natural sugars, but these sugars rapidly convert to starch once the berry is picked. So it is not mere pride that makes a freshly picked home-grown strawberry taste better — it really does. The...
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Raspberry

Delicate raspberries are highly perishable and difficult to ship, making them an expensive treat if purchased at a grocery store. However, they are easy to grow in a home garden, providing abundant harvests of mouthwatering fruit in midsummer. About This Plant Select plants that are bare-root or rooted...
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Plum

Widely adapted, reliably prolific, more compact, and less demanding than most fruit trees, plums are a natural choice for the home grower. Plums are delicious cooked in jams, jellies, butters, sauces; baked in pies and coffee cakes; dried as prunes; or — best of all — eaten juicy...
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Pear

Home gardeners can grow high-quality pear varieties available that aren’t available in grocery stores, making pear trees a good choice for the home orchard. About This Plant Pears can usually be grown wherever apples are successful, though they are somewhat less resistant than apples to extremes of heat...
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