Apples are a staple fruit, grown in many countries around the world.
Apricots are not grown as frequently as most other fruit.
Although blackberries that are picked in the wild have a great deal to offer.
Not only do blackcurrants have a unique flavour, but they are much valued for their high vitamin C content.
The high-bush blueberry is becoming more popular in the garden.
Although cherries are a really delicious fruit, they are not widely grown
Some fruit is produced on climbing plants. For most gardeners, the main fruiting climber is a grapevine.
Even some bush fruits such as gooseberries can be trained as cordons or double cordons against a fence.
Gooseberries are easy plants to grow, the only drawback being the thorns, which can be very sharp.
Grapes have long been appreciated, not only as fresh fruit, but also for making wine.
Fruit is an appealing crop to grow, especially in summer when an abundance of soft fruiting berries are available.
Fruit tends to be the poor relation in the garden, possibly because it can take up large amounts of space.
The best fruit is always the crop you pick and pop straight into your mouth.
It is debatable whether melons should be regarded as a fruit.
Peaches and nectarines are closely related, the main difference between the two is that peaches have a downy skin.