Gardening Fruits

About two years ago, I planted a six inch small fig plant and this year, voila! About 5 feet long with minimum keep up. Figs were delish as well.

Can't say the same about my blackberries and and raspberries. The raspberries did not make it and the blackberries made it, but the fruits turned bitter.

I also planted about a couple of blue berry plants. They’re alive, but the fruit they produce doesn’t look right. It’s always a hustle that the birds got the blue berries before me.

 I also tried to plant aloe vera to no avail. I think I killed the poor thing drowned in too much watering.

The strawberries are doing well the first year. By far they’re the easiest to propagate.   

Fig Tree plant

Black Berries

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