Raspberry is an edible plant that you can grow easily in pots or containers. The seeds are cheap and readily available in supermarkets and nursery stores. You don’t need to care much for raspberries when you grow at home as it requires water and sunlight on regular basis. Plants can survive in both warm and cool climatic conditions. Though it takes some months to produce fruits gardeners are much benefited with this fruit.
Most of us buy lemons from markets and stores for its sour taste used in cooking recipes. They are readily available in markets, stores and cheap. Growing lemons in your home not only guides your health, but also adds beauty to your yards.
You must be wondering to know about growing sweet, juicy tangerines in your home. Growing it in your home has many applications in health, cooking and gardening. These tangerines or citrus tangerina is an orange color fruit that is native to sub-tropical regions. Most of these varieties are classified based on size, shape, taste and growing areas. Tangerines are self-fertile, slightly soft and heavy in size. It has very thin peels and can split into segments. Peak season to grow tangerines is autumn and early spring. Here are some important factors that gives an idea about growing and care for tangerines… Continue reading “How Tangerine Plants Can Help You Live a Better Life”
It’s fun to start growing grapes in your home for its tasteful fruits used in jams, jellies, ice-creams, smoothies, fruit salads and wines. Grape fruit is botanically a berry with woody vines in the genus of Vitis. A vine in the narrowest sense is the grapevine. It generally preferred as growing habitat of trailing stems or runners.
You may be surprised to know the fact that 72 million tons of grapes are grown worldwide to produce 7.2 trillion gallons of wine per year….
Black berry is a fruit in the family of Rosaceae. Berries grow wild throughout Europe and in some parts of the countries like Australia, New Zealand, Chile and North America. Berry leaves are food for caterpillars and some grazing mammals. Blackberries are red color before they ripe. This soft fruit is popular for its use in desserts, jams, jellies, wines. It is often mixed with apples for pies, crumbles and to produce candy.
The leaf, root and fruit of blackberries are used in medicine to treat diarrhea, diabetes, swelling, pain and prevent heart disease. It is also used as mouth cleaner for mild and throat irritations.
Nutritional Information: On serving 100 grams of blackberries it contains 43 calories, 10 grams of carbohydrates and low fats. Berries are free from cholesterol. It also contains proteins, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, calcium, magnesium and iron.