Here you’ll find everything you need to grow your own fruit from trees, vines, and plants. Growing fruit is easy and rewarding, even in a tiny garden! Check out our guide to fruit trees for small spaces if you’re interested in dwarf varieties that can be grown in patio containers. And if you fancy something exotic, browse our list of eight exotic fruits that thrive when grown outdoors in the UK.

We have a huge range of fruit plants that can be grown in hanging baskets, containers, and outdoors in the allotment or garden. And if you have plenty of space, our choice of fruit trees includes plums, apples, quinces and more.

If you’re in need of inspiration, here are 10 of the easiest fruits to grow. Fuss-free and delicious - you’ll find something to suit any sized garden or balcony.

This article brings together the best independent fruit-growing content from the internet. Find expert advice on everything from classic gooseberries through to exotic kiwi fruit.

Our comprehensive fruit growing guide will help you get healthy yields of delicious produce. Find tips for trees, plants and bushes - both exotic and temperate.

Want to grow your own exotic fruit? Here are the eight of the best self-fertile and hardy varieties to grow in the UK — no heated greenhouse required.

Even in the smallest garden, you can successfully create your own mini fruit farm using patio varieties. Here are 10 of the best fruits to grow in a small space.

Plant this classic berry and enjoy a wide range of health benefits. Thriving in the UK climate, here are more reasons to get excited about the humble blackcurrant.

You don’t need an orchard to grow fruit trees. Take a look at some of these clever space-saving options, including grafted fruit trees with three varieties on one stem!

Grow melons from seed and enjoy tasty fruit all summer long! Read this comprehensive guide to get yours off to a strong start.

Got a bumper crop of apples? We asked some of our favourite garden bloggers how they store and preserve their crop. Read on for practical pointers.

It’s essential to know your rootstock - it could make several metres difference in the final height of your mature tree. Check out this guide before buying your grafted fruit trees.

Misshapen plums? It could be the plum fruit moth. Follow our easy tips to help diagnose and treat this irritating pest and prevent future fruit damage.

Choose from our wide range of fruit plants including strawberries, raspberries, currants, rhubarb and grapevines. We have grafted plants available too.

Find popular classics and exotic fruit trees here including pomegranates, figs, apples and pears. Try dwarf varieties in smaller gardens or full sized versions if you have more space.

If you prefer to raise your own, you’ll find an exclusive collection of fruit seeds at T&M. Choose from vigorous F1 hybrids or traditional favourites like alpine strawberries.

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