Recently, the trend of growing fruit trees at home is on the rise, which shows a good sign when there is harmony between nature and people. It can be seen that, with outstanding features such as giving fruit to eat, making ornamental plants, and creating shade…, these 3-in-1 fruit trees are storming the market in our country. Here we would like to share with you fruit-eating vines hottest at the moment, making everyone gasp in awe. Let’s have a look together!
The first type of fruit tree that we want to mention here is the kiwi tree. This fruit has been quite familiar to Vietnamese people for about 8 years now. Many people are fascinated by their sweet aroma, but few think of trying to grow kiwi at home.
According to the experience of many successful growers of this plant, although kiwi is a temperate variety, it can be grown in our country. In addition to the current hybridization, kiwi is less cold-tolerant, suitable for the climate of the North of our country.
The soil for growing kiwi should be a fertile loamy soil with a relative moisture content. The soil should be loose and well drained. Just 3-4 seedlings can create a cool green kiwi tree in front of your porch.
The plant is not weak and requires too much fertilizer. If you want a good tree to produce many fruits, you only need to apply about 0.5kg of nitrogen fertilizer and a little potassium and phosphorus fertilizer every year. In winter, you can cut leaves, prune branches to stimulate flowering and fruiting. Pruning leaves only 2-4 sprouts on each branch. However, only pruning to shape when the seedlings have been planted for 1-2 years.
Passion fruit tree
The second unique climbing plant on this list is passion fruit. This is also a plant of foreign origin, but it thrives in our country due to the suitable soil and climate. With a delicious sweet and sour taste. Passion fruit is popular for making a great summer refreshing drink. This fruit is a source of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium and other nutrients that are very beneficial for health.
Growing passion fruit is not as difficult as you think. They grow well, have a high branching rate and are not too picky about soil, but it is best to choose well-drained soil and not let water move.
Passion fruit grows appropriately at the best temperature from 16 to 30 degrees Celsius. The plant needs full sun, warm climate and away from the wind. Passion fruit can be grown on any terrain, but is most suitable for loose, rich organic soil such as light soil, basalt red soil, feralit, ancient sand.
A unique climbing fruit tree that is emerging recently is the climbing tomato. This imported plant was named by the growers as the octopus tomato plant because the canopy of the tree when climbing the trellis looks like an octopus twisted around.
According to many people, this climbing tomato variety is a cross between a vine and a tomato plant. The average life span of a climbing tomato plant is over 2.5 years. After 3 months of planting, the tree will produce fruit and fruit continuously until the end of the growth process.
One of the outstanding features of this tomato variety is its very high yield. According to scientists, this type of climbing tomato grown abroad can yield several kilos of fruit a year. On average, one tree can collect about 30,000 fruits.
The climbing tomato is a tropical plant, so it is perfectly suitable for the northern and southern climates of our country.
Relative to the gourd plant, the cucumber tree (cucumber) is favored by many people because of its delicious fruit and also many beauty effects for weight loss. With high vitamin content, fiber and high antioxidant minerals.
Cucumbers are not too difficult to grow, as long as you know some technical requirements for soil and water, you can have the wrong cucumber rigs. The vines of cucumbers are smaller and weaker than their cousins, so care should be taken in the selection of plant varieties and care. Seedlings need to be planted where there is plenty of light and should not be over-watered or waterlogged.
Cucumbers will be harvested after more than 2 months of planting, depending on care conditions and cultivars, which may differ by half a month. When harvesting, you should choose an early morning when the temperature is still cool to plant, which will help you get crispy and sweet cucumbers.
AgriSearch.net hopes that with the amount of information that I share. You will find the right type of fruit vines for your growing environment, care conditions and preferences.