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Grow fresh, delicious strawberries, blueberries and more!

Can you think of anything better than harvesting juicy-sweet fruit from your own garden or directly off your patio? With our huge selection of fruit seeds, plants, trees, and vines, you’ll be able to do just that!

Consider adding strawberry, raspberry, or blueberry fruit plants in your garden.. They are so sweet and delicious that the biggest problem you’ll have is trying to get any into the kitchen!

In addition to traditional garden fruits, you can also grow unique fruits and melons The flavor of melons grown in your garden is so superior to the grocery store melon, you won’t believe you are eating the same fruit. Sow these fruit seeds directly in the soil. And if you live in a warmer climate, you could grow pomegranate or avocados. Prefer to grow indoors? Add a dwarf orange tree that can be kept inside year-round and will provide you with tasty fruit! The Trovita orange tree is also a great candidate—it just needs full sun from a window or skylight, and you could eat fresh oranges in any climate.

Whether you want to fill your garden with the lovely foliage, flowers, and fruits or plant them in containers to decorate your home, porch, or patio, you’ll soon be enjoying all the virtues of these delectable edibles!

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Fruit tree patch

Fruit tree patches are Farming patches used to grow fruit-bearing trees. Growing fruit trees are somewhat different to other plants, in that there is an intermediate growing stage where the seed must be grown into a sapling before being planted into a cleared fruit tree patch.

The necessary seeds to grow them can be obtained from bird nests, drops from monsters, farming contracts, or by other means. Sources of seeds may be found in the Farming skill guide.

First, an empty plant pot may be used on any farming patch, even if something is growing in it, with a gardening trowel to fill the plant pot with soil. Plant one fruit tree seed on the pot with the gardening trowel and water it with a watering can. After a few minutes, the seedling will grow into a sapling which can then be planted in a cleared fruit tree patch; players must have a spade in their inventory when planting and removing the stump of a fruit tree.

Before or after transplanting the sapling, the player can add compost, supercompost, or ultracompost to the patch to reduce chance of disease. Alternatively, they can pay the nearby farmer to look after it to completely eliminate disease-risk; seedlings and saplings are unable to become diseased while growing in a plant pot.

Fully-grown fruit trees will bear fruit which can be picked by players. A fruit tree will continue to grow fruit over time, unless it is cut down and its stump dug up, with a new fruit regenerating every 45 minutes. Gardeners can instantly remove a fruit tree for a fee of 200 coins. Fruits have various uses, such as being a common ingredient in Gnome cooking and other items which players can make using the Cooking skill. Some fruits are also used as ingredients in potions made using the Herblore skill.

Growing a healthy fruit tree is required for various achievement diaries.

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  1. N×160 mins means the crop will grow a little for each 160 minutes. This happens N times until it is fully grown.
  2. ↑ Assume 6 fruit is harvested.
  3. ↑ 3.03.13.2 All baskets required must be filled with 5 harvests.

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Note: You can also use the Charter ships from various locations to Brimhaven for a fee. There is a ship relatively close to the Catherby patch. This option is convenient for players not on the Standard spellbook.

Note: Requires level 85 Farming to enter north wing of the Farming Guild to use

Fruit tree patches are Farming patches used to grow fruit-bearing trees. Growing fruit trees are somewhat different to other plants, in that there is an intermediate growing stage where the seed must be grown into a sapling before being planted into a cleared fruit tree patch.