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    kruzzen is offline Assistant Cook
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    Default Best fruit to grow?

    I live in southern Illinois in case you need to know the area for temps and that. I am wondering what is the best fruit to grow in my area? I am moving soon to a place with a lot of empty lots and plan to start growing a huge garden and want to try fruit growing as well. I want fruit I don't have to constantly take care of, something to grow itself per say. Any ideas yall?

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    I've often found tomatoes the easiest to grow. I'm not sure if that is a global thing, but it's worth a try.

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    I agree tomatoes are good. What do you like?

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    Tomatoes and potatoes for me.I love potatoes making it fry or include in different recipes.I actually have this on my garden.

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    Potato is not a fruit its generally considered as vegetable . I prefer tomatoes. I love tomatoes

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    Does anyone know what fruit trees /plants grow best in Florida? Im looking for something that is easy to take care of and can grow in various seasons. These are my options: Mulberry tree,apricot, sweet cherry trees, Fruiting Banana Plants, persimmon trees, peach trees, blackberry, rassberry, blueberries, pomello, kiwi. Does anyone know abt any of these fruits growing in Florida? I'm new to this, I know nothing abt fruit trees.. So any advice would be of a great help!

    thank you.

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    If you garden has soft soil earth then you must try tomato.
    Last edited by james786; 02-08-2010 at 03:14 AM.

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    I go for Tomatoes. I actually have this on my garden.Thats why I love tomatoes.

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    I agree tomatoes and potatoes are good..I actually have this on my garden.

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    I prefer tomatoes. I love tomatoes

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    yeah tomatoes is best I have this on my garden.

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    I agree with above views

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    hey,

    thanks..that was quite a helpful conversation.....

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    The only really hard part is you have to keep the plants away from the animals. They want it more than you do haha. I'd say your good with whatever fruit you choose but make sure it's in a somewhat contained area for sure. Good Luck!

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    I agree tomatoes are really good to grow, very useful!

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    Well given my screen name, I must agree Tomatos lol. But I also really like oranges, I know they do well here in California and in Florida

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    We can use tomato as salads or it can be use as a fruit as well as a vegetable so tomato is good.

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    I'll add, lemon for it can have a multiple purpose. Cherry, Orange, Apricot, Kiwi and Blueberries. I love this fruits.

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    well, i like lemon fruit, because it have many Vitamin c, it's very useful for my healthy

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