How to Grow Beautiful and Productive Fig Trees

Easy to grow and easy to care for, figs reward with delicious and copious fruit | GardenersPath.com

Looking for a large and fruitful tree for your landscape? Consider the fig, an easy to grow, tall, and wide specimen that rewards little attention with bushels of sweet, fat, and juicy fruit that can be crafted into so much more than just Newtons. Learn more about this generous tree now on Gardener’s Path.

Juicy and Sweet Tips for Starting Your Own Berry Patch

A few strawberry plants are growing in a garden. The garden has a black plastic lining with straw on top amongst the plants. Some of the fruit are red and ripe while others are yellow and not yet ready to be eaten.

The best part about having a berry patch is that you get out of it exactly what you put in. The plants require their share of care and attention, but you’ll be rewarded with a beautiful harvest. Ready to roll up your sleeves and put in a good effort with a solid payout? Find out how to get started on Gardener’s Path.

Grow Your Own Gorgeous Mulberry Trees

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Mulberry trees have a short harvest season but produce ample fruits for all of your favorite pies, jellies, and wines. See what it takes to propagate this fast-growing tree and why it makes a beautiful addition to any yard or garden. Learn the basics for care in our growing guide on Gardener’s Path.

How to Grow Elderberries

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The elderberry makes a beautiful addition to any yard. Learn about the available varieties, and how to make them thrive in a domestic setting, plus harvesting tips and more. Everything you need to succeed is at Gardener’s Path. Read more now!

A-Foraging We Will Go: Berry Edition

A branch with seven black raspberries, one that is large and dark purple and others that are smaller and red, with pale green teardrop-shaped leaves with prominent veins on skinny branches.

What’s even better than just-picked berries from the garden? The ones you harvest yourself from a wild source. With some basic how-tos, attention to detail, and a keen appreciation for the outdoors, you can take a trip back to our hunter-gatherer days and safely consume wild foods. Read more now on Gardener’s Path.

How to Regrow Pineapple from Kitchen Scraps

On the edge of a tan gravel path are two ceramic pots. In the visible vessel, a pineapple plant is growing with long, green leaves reaching out in all directions. The bricks that line the walkway mark the barrier for other small plants to thrive.

Would you like to grow a beautiful plant that’s virtually free? Pineapple plants are easy to grow from a part of a grocery-store fruit you would normally relegate to the compost bin. Learn how to prepare, grow, and nurture your own beautiful tropical plant in this article from Gardener’s Path that’s all about rebirth.

The Taste of Summer: How to Plant and Grow Watermelons

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Watermelons are a delightfully traditional way to celebrate the end of summer. While thought of as an intimidating fruit to grow, they are worth the effort with their sensational sweet bounty. Learn how to introduce these beauties to your garden with growing and harvesting tips that anyone can master. Start here to learn more now on Gardener’s Path!