Top 5 fruit trees for your terrace

In today’s day and age, not all of us are blessed with gardens in our home. But this must not stop you from bringing some nature into your home. Having trees on your terrace is a great way to do so. Here is a list of top 5 fruit trees that grows best on your terrace.

  1. Guava

Guavas are easy to grow in tropical and sub-tropical climates, hence suitable for India. Guavas are rich in vitamin C, making them great for your family’s health. They are relatively easy to grow and do not require rigorous care. Just make sure your plant has enough room to spread and receives ample sunlight. Water whenever soil feels dry.

top 5 fruit trees for your terrace
Guava plant


  1. Pomegranate

Pomegranates are extremely good for your health. Growing a pomegranate tree is not as intimidating as it may seem. Pomegranates love sunshine, so pick a spot that receives plenty of sunlight. Pomegranates require deep watering more that frequent watering, so deep water once a week. 

top 5 fruit trees for your terrace
Pomegranate plant

  1. Banana

Everyone loves bananas, and having one growing on your terrace is extremely convenient. Being a tropical plant, they are easy to grow in Indian condition. They only need loads of sunlight and water.

top 5 fruit trees for your terrace
Banana plant

  1. Papaya

Apart from being great for your health, papayas are extremely delicious as well. With ample sunlight your plant will start flowering in 5 to 6 months. Make sure you have a bisexual plant, plant many plants just to be on the safer side. Protect your plant from cold winds and water occasionally.

top 5 fruit trees for your terrace
Papaya plant

  1. Amrapali Mango

Also known as the best variety of mango, Amrapali mango is a great addition to your plant family. Mango plants require deep watering and plenty of sunlight. Apply nitrogen fertilizers every 4 months for a healthy plant. The thing with mango is that you have to be patient. A tree takes a year to mature and then eventually give fruit.

Aamrapali mango
Aamrapali mango

So don’t let your living condition deprive you from the pleasure of home-grown fruit. And get trees for your terrace now!

Happy Gardening'
January 16, 2016

How big planter is required to plant these trees on terrace.'
February 19, 2016

Great to gather all this from your blog.

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