Best Fruits To Grow In Pots

Find a list of best fruit trees to grow in containers as I am growing in Sydney, Australia. I grow many fruit trees in pots as I do not have enough garden space. The advantage of growing fruit trees in containers is that the plant can be moved in sun or shade as and when required. Such potted fruit trees do not take too much garden space and also they look nice and attractive so that they can be placed even near the entrance of the house or indoors. Given below a list of best fruits to grown in pots, both dwarf varieties and normal fruit trees.

Guava plant growing in a pot
Guava growing plant in a pot
You can grow fruit trees in pots easily, provided you look after them well. But not all fruits can be grown in containers.

Then what fruit trees can be grown in containers that produce fruits on them. It is commonsense to think that large growing trees will not be suitable candidates for growing them in containers. However, miniature or dwarf varieties of trees of many fruits are now available. 

Dwarf fruit trees generally bear fruit of regular size on smaller trees sooner than their larger varieties. It is pointed out that the fruit grown on a dwarf fruit tree is identical in size to that grown on larger trees.

Then what are the best fruits to grow in pots. Choose a suitable plant from the following list of fruits that can be grown in pots at home.

Dwarf Fruit Trees For Containers

Given below is a list of best fruit trees that can be grown in pots.
Citrus Fruits: Lime, Lemon, Oranges USDA Zones 8-11
Apple USDA Zones 3-4
Stone fruits: Apricot (grow apricot tree from seed video, apricot seed germination YouTube video), Peaches, Nectarines, Plums (How to Grow plum trees from seeds video) USDA Zones 3-9 Mulberry USDA Zones 5-9
Cherry USDA Zones 4-8
Guava USDA Zones 8-11
Persimmon  USDA Zones 4-11
Gooseberries USDA Zones 3-8
Pears USDA Zones 3-9
Fig (How to propagate fig tree from cuttings video) USDA Zones 8-10
Pomegranate USDA Zones  8-11

Other Fruits That Can be Gown in Containers

Banana USDA Zones 8-11
     Raspberries USDA Zones 2-8
     Blueberries USDA Zones 2-8
     Strawberries USDA Zones 3-9
Grapes USDA Zones 7-10
Pineapple USDA Zones 9-11
Watermelon USDA Zones 3-11

According to my experience, blueberries and strawberries are the easiest, quick and best fruit plants when grown in pots so far as the non-dwarf varieties are concerned. Dwarf varieties of citrus trees, apple and stone fruits also grow very well in pots. Dwarf cherries can also grow in pots (grow cherries from seeds).

Picture of Oranges/mandarins Growing in a Pot
Oranges/mandarins Growing in a Pot

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