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Growing berries is sweet satisfaction for the flower and fruit gardening guides home gardener!

Whether you grow blackberry brambles, raspberry plants, or strawberries in a strawberry pot, growing berries is sweet satisfaction for the flower and fruit gardening guides home gardener! As well as providing a tasty treat, growing berries offers the flower and fruit gardening guides home gardener an easy way to add eye-appeal to deck, patio, and garden wall as well as the garden plot.

Blackberry growing has been made easier by the recent introduction of thornless blackberry plants.

Still sweet and tasty, thornless blackberries can even be grown as ornamentals in large containers. The eye candy of the foliage and delicate white flowers as well as the delectable fragrance makes the thornless blackberry a sweet plant in every respect. Imagine the delight of stepping just outside your door to harvest enough mouth-watering morsels for your morning breakfast or your dinnertime dessert! The thornless blackberry adds a new dimension to growing berries.

Growing berries is nearly synonymous with raspberry plants. A long-time standard in the family garden, the summer bearing raspberry cultivar produces the second fruit of the summer and overbearing varieties bear fruit from August through the first frost. Although raspberry plants are generally not suited for container gardening, the slender canes of a raspberry hedgerow add visual appeal to backyard fence or garden wall with delicate white blossoms and varieties that range from near pink to deep purple.

The strawberry is the natural choice of the flower and fruit gardening guides home gardener who seeks versatility in growing berries.

It offers you hundreds of varieties categorized into three distinct cultivars, each one having its own unique growing pattern. The strawberry can be grown in a hedgerow, a hill, or a container. A favorite method of growing berries for the strawberry gardener is the strawberry pot. The strawberry pot is an urn shaped container with ?upside down? cups that can be used to create a mini-garden of herbs, flowers and of course strawberries!

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