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Fruit are ever popular, many of them are attractive in their own right and the added advantage of something to eat! They can be grown in most gardens either in a traditional vegetable garden or in pots or mixed with other plants. Currants are especially good in pots and the large architectural foliage of Rhubarb mixes well with perennials.
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Rheum palmatum tanguticum is a Rhubarb perennial, Large dark green leaves which add character to any garden, chosen for its red stems which are full of flavour and perfect for eating. Large towering pink-red flowers are produced which can be used as cut flowers.
Ficus Brown Turkey – Edible Fig. A large deciduous spreading shrub with large ornamental glossy green leaves and in late summer producing figs. Restrict root run to encourage fruiting, remove small figs in early winter to encourage large enough fruits to develop in spring to ripen.