All Year Gardening Guide Basics
Welcome to “All Year Gardening”
We are passionate about growing an abundant garden.
Big on healthy plants, trees, as well as vegetables and fruits to eat all year round.
Some will be grown indoors and other outdoors. All will be grown with expert knowledge gained from my life on a 1500 acre working farm in Victoria, Australia, a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and as a practicing Dietitian with an MSc.
Despite all of the learning, what’s important is puttings things into practice and the ” How To” love your garden for sustainable living and health.
Let’s get started.
If you are eager to get the ball rolling, it can be a good idea to first familiarize yourself with some of the options for trees and plants that are available to you.
Keep in mind that even if you have a very limited amount of space with which to work, you can almost certainly create a garden of fruits, veggies, and more.
Finding The Right Fruits To Grow – All Year Gardening Guide Basics
Obviously, your climate is going to have a certain amount of influence over what you can and can’t grow. However, certain things can work well enough in any climate, as long as you can create the ideal conditions.
Mushrooms are a good example of this. You’re also obviously going to have to take into consideration the amount of space you have.
Avocados can grow almost through the entire year. However, it can take several years to produce a quality crop of any size.
Apples are another fruit that can grow throughout much of the year, and there are others that can grow for upwards of 2 growing seasons.
For example, you can grow grapefruits throughout the winter and spring.
Bananas are another example of a fruit that can be grown all throughout the year.
Plants Or Trees
Ultimately, everything can be broken down into plant-based fruits and tree-based fruits.
Bananas, blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, raspberries, and cactus pears are all examples of plant-based fruits.
For tree-based fruits, you have avocados, apples, persimmon, peaches, elderberries, and grapefruits. Not everyone is going to have the space for trees, but the above options represent the most popular fruits to grow throughout the country.
Most of these fruits have versions that are suited to specific weather conditions.
Small Space Tips
If you don’t have a lot of space to work with, don’t worry. You can still enjoy everything about all year home gardening. With the right conditions and containers, you can actually grow a number of veggies and fruits throughout the year.
All year gardening with small spaces can even work with certain tress. Choosing dwarf trees can be quite effective. You can also choose to create a vertical garden.
The important thing to keep in mind is that you almost always have options in front of you.