Pepino Melon: How To Grow The Plant And Eat The Fruit

Pepino Melon Fruit

The Pepino Melon bush is a hardy food-producing plant that will work hard for you in the garden. So what is a Pepino Melon, what does it taste like, and how to grow Pepino Melon fruit? Let’s find out. What Is A Pepino Melon? Pepino Melon fruit is a small oval fruit with firm, smooth … Read more

What Are Rose Hips And How To Eat Them

Rose and Rose Hips - What Are Rose Hips and How to Eat Them

Have you ever wondered what are rose hips and how to eat rose hips? Then you’ve come to the right place. Here we’ll look at exactly what is a rose hip and how to eat them with recipe ideas to try at home. Related: Growing Roses for Hips: Grow Guide for Edible Rose Hips | … Read more

Lemon Tree Dying? 7 Causes and Solutions!

Lemon Tree with Lemons

Lemon trees bring a touch of Mediterranean charm to any home garden, with their vibrant evergreen leaves and fragrant blossoms. And I love having lemons on hand to easily add to a salad dressing and other dishes! Despite being resilient, lemon trees can be prone to several problems that can cause them to wither and … Read more

5 Reasons Dragon Fruit Plant Is Turning Yellow

dragon fruit plant turning yellow

With their vibrant green stems and exotic fruits, dragon fruit plants can be an amazing addition to any home garden. However, witnessing your dragon fruit plant turning yellow can be disheartening. Yellowing of the plant’s stem can indicate a variety of underlying issues. Why is My Dragon Fruit Plant Turning Yellow? The most likely reasons … Read more

8 Raspberry Pests and How to Get Rid of Them!

Raspberry Bush

The journey to raspberry bliss is not always smooth, as gardeners often encounter a formidable challenge: mysterious pests devouring our beloved raspberry plants. It’s an all-too-common dilemma for gardeners, as countless critters have developed a taste for these plump berries. What’s Eating My Raspberries? The most common pests eating your raspberry plants are: Japanese beetles, … Read more

When is a Cantaloupe Ripe? A Guide to Harvesting Ripe Cantaloupes

Cantaloupe Growing on the Vine

You’ve patiently grown your cantaloupe throughout the season, and now you want to know when your cantaloupe is ripe and ready for harvesting. When I first started growing cantaloupe, I harvested too early, resulting in very bland-tasting melons. Picking cantaloupe at the right time will ensure you are harvesting a cantaloupe with a well-developed flavor … Read more

How Many Pineapples Grow on One Plant? Answered!

pineapple plants with slips growing in a farm

Pineapples are a popular tropical fruit known for their sweet and tangy flavor and prickly exterior. But just how many pineapples grow on one plant? Read on to find out. Each pineapple plant will produce one pineapple. A pineapple plant may produce a secondary fruit from a sucker that grows on the primary pineapple plant. This second crop is called … Read more

The Big Mystery of Small Avocados: Solved!

Avocados Growing on the Tree

Growing your own avocado tree can be incredibly rewarding when you’re able to reap a plentiful harvest. However, if your garden-grown avocados have been disappointingly small in size you’ll want to solve the mystery of small avocados. Read on to find out. Why Are My Avocados So Small? The most common causes of small avocados … Read more

Put an End to Small Gooseberries – 8 Causes and Solutions

Green Gooseberries

Gooseberries are a fantastic addition to your garden and the deliciously tart berries make amazing jams and pies. But if your gooseberry plant is only producing small gooseberries you’re going to want to know why and how to fix it. Read on to find out. Why Are My Gooseberries So Small? Common causes of small gooseberry fruit … Read more

Why Are My Oranges So Small? Causes and Solutions

Growing Small Oranges

As the citrus season approaches, I’ve watched my orange tree blossom and develop into small round fruits with the promise of sweet juicy oranges to come. But as the season has progressed I’ve noticed my oranges are really small. If you have this problem too, like me, you’ll want to know why your oranges are … Read more