🍎 Some fruiting plants do not produce fruit until they are 3-5 years of age. We sell 1 year plants and they will not produce fruit the same year they are shipped.

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The only thing better than growing a beautiful plant is that it produces colorful, fragrant, delicious harvests. Fruit & berry plants from TN Nursery will give you the satisfaction of starting your produce garden.

You'll take pride in plucking the ripe, juicy produce, and you might have so many gems you decide to share them with neighbors, friends, and family!

Growing Fruit & Berry Is More Affordable 

When you visit the grocery store or farmer's market, how much does your spending go toward? For many of us, it's produce.

Eating fresh produce ensures a bountiful supply of folate, vitamin C, fiber, and potassium to maintain digestive and eye health and reduce disease risk. You don't want to give up produce, but you don't to pay high prices either.

This species of plant is the happy medium. You can save money by harvesting your fresh produce. When you purchase plants from T.N. Nursery, you can amplify your savings. Our plants are affordably priced, and many are regularly on sale.

Besides financial savings, you'll reap another benefit when growing fruit & berry plants: pride. Something is rewarding about growing your own from beginning to end.

What Can You Grow from Fruit & Berry Plants?

Growing these plants can incorporate a rainbow of fruit & berries into your diet. Here are a few of our favorites:

1. Pineapples: Tropical and fresh, pineapples are an excellent source of iron, riboflavin, niacin, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin B6.
2. Grapes: Eat them by the handful, as grapes can promote healthy bones via vitamin K and high energy through copper.
3. Plums: Enjoy greater satiety when munching on a juicy plum, as it's loaded with fiber for a fuller belly.
4. Dragon fruits: The exotic and colorful dragon contains all the necessary antioxidants, including betacyanin and phenolic acid. It's also a great source of fiber and has no fat. 
 4. Kiwis: Munch on fuzzy green kiwis to add more vitamins C, K, and copper to your diet. Low-calorie and packed with nutrients, making kiwis a regular part of your diet can keep your immune system healthy.
6. Bananas: Bananas are an excellent potassium source and rich in manganese, vitamin C, and dietary fiber.

Start Your Fruit & Berry Journey at TN Nursery

For over 60 years, TN Nursery has helped gardeners find wholesale plants for less. Our 100 percent guarantee on all plants is good for one year.