Fruit Plants & Seeds

Grow fresh, delicious strawberries, blueberries and more

Can you think of anything better than harvesting juicy-sweet fruit from your own home garden or directly off your patio? With our huge selection of fruit seeds, plants, trees and vines, you'll be able to do just that.

Consider adding juicy, bright red strawberries, raspberries or blueberry fruit plants in your home garden. They are so sweet and delicious that the biggest problem you’ll have is trying to get any into the kitchen! Gone are the flavorless fruit from the grocery store. Welcome to the sun-ripened berries just bursting with flavor. Dedicate a portion of your vegetable garden to strawberries and raspberries. Blueberries can be placed anywhere in your yard as a landscape plant. These bushes can grow to five to six feet tall, but there are also varieties that are a compact two to three feet tall. They’ll be covered in bell-shaped white flowers in the spring, followed by the edible blueberries. The blueberries will be an attractive addition to your landscaping, as well as provide fresh fruit to eat.

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Another fruit seed that can be direct sown in the garden is melons. Watermelon and cantaloupe used to be only grown in the southern United States because of the long growing season needed. Today, there are lots of melon fruit seeds that can be directly sown in the home garden and successfully grown even in the north.

If you live in a warmer climate, you could grow pomegranates, figs or avocados. The fruit tree seeds of the pomegranates are edible along with the fig seeds. Prefer to grow indoors or live in the north? Add a dwarf orange tree that can be kept inside year-round. The Trovita orange tree is also a great candidate along with lemon and lime trees. They just need full sun from a window or skylight, and you could eat fresh oranges or other citrus fruit in any climate.

Whether you want to fill your garden with the lovely foliage, flowers and fruits or plant them in containers to decorate your home, porch or patio, you'll soon be enjoying all the virtues of these delectable edibles.