GROWING TROPICAL FRUIT IN THE NORTH

pax12

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Over the last 10 years I've been growing tropical plants at my house and keeping them inside during the cold winter months. Finally this summer I decided to spend $1500 on a 10x12 greenhouse for all my plants and so they do much better during the winter instead of being under a grow light for 6 months. At this moment theses are all the plants I currently own, Lemon, orange, banana, 2 different types of figs, passion fruit, cactus pears, plant from Hawaii, dates, dragon fruit and coffee.

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We plan on transplanting the tomatoes later this week sometime. So far we had a very warm winter.
 

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How do you heat it? Very nice looking plants!
Here are some more possible plants to grow. common tropical fruits such as bananas, oranges, lemons, limes, pineapple, grapefruit, dates and figs. However, there are a wide variety of lesser-known tropical fruit varieties that are not only fun to grow but also delicious. Happy planting!!
 
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