Have you ever wondered why some fruits only produce and harvest at some certain time of the year? Yes, it is all about climate. It affects the change of temperature, degrees of moisture and other factors.
Sometimes people want to eat watermelons but it is hard to get them in winter. Take another fruit for example; although we can find apples everywhere through the whole year, they are still taste best from August to the early spring.
Here, H2O WORKS organizes 10 fruits that are fresh and taste incredibly good in this freezing winter.
There are varieties of apple trees and each tree has its own suitable climate to be planted. Therefore, they grow in all temperature zones and grow best in cold weather and medium to high humidity.
Nutrition: Apples contain lots of Vitamin C, Vitamin K and potassium.
Avocado trees are best to grow in warm temperature that between 60 degree Fahrenheit to 85 degree Fahrenheit. They also grow best in full sun and need good drainage to thrive.
Nutrition: Avocados are full of Vitamin C, Vitamin K, folate, potassium, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin E.
The key point for planting pear is abundant sunlight and it will significantly affect the color of the pear. Different kinds of pears may require different time to produce the fruits.
Nutrition: Pears are rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K, potassium and copper.
The pineapple plants are generally grown in subtropical and tropical regions. They prefer slightly acidic soils and grow in full sunlight. Also, pineapple trees require warm climate and die in freeze. The best range of the temperature for pineapple plant is between 68 degrees Fahrenheit to 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
Nutrition: Pineapples are rich in Vitamin C, manganese, Vitamin B6, copper, thiamin, folate, potassium, magnesium, niacin, pantothenic acid, riboflavin and iron. It also contains tremendous amounts of Vitamins A and K, phosphorus, zinc, calcium.
Lemon trees prefer warm climate with the range of temperature between 70 degrees Fahrenheit to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. They are well-tolerate drought and are highly sensitive to frost.
Nutrition: Lemons contain Vitamin C, potassium and Vitamin B6 and also contain trace amounts of Vitamin A and calcium.
Orange trees prefer light to medium soils, with good drainage and free from stagnant. Orange trees cannot tolerate in low temperature weather as it would affect the growing of the trees and make them in harm situation.
Nutrition: Oranges not only contain Vitamin A, Vitamin C, calcium but also contain trace amounts of Vitamin B6, iron and magnesium.
Kiwi plants are temperature sensitive plant. They do not tolerate too much hot, cold, or rain. The plants thrive under the sunlight and any climate that undergoes at below 45 degree Fahrenheit. However, they need shades on low temperature winter days and early spring sun.
Nutrition: Kiwi fruit provide abundant amount of Vitamin C, Vitamin K and also contain trace amounts of Vitamin A, Vitamin E, folate and Vitamin B6.
To grow juicy grapefruits, we need to provide them with relatively warm conditions. Grapefruits are tropical fruits which prefer both full sun and well-draining, loamy soil.
Nutrition: The highest nutrition grapefruit provides is Vitamin C, the second is Vitamin A and the last is Vitamin B6.
Pomegranates grow best in tropical and warm weather. High temperature and dry atmosphere accompany the ripening period are the main points for it to become good fruit.
Nutrition: Pomegranate provides Vitamin C, Vitamin K, folate and potassium.
Bananas are plants of tropical origin. They like warm and wet conditions, along with fertile soils. The optimal temperature for bananas growing is 78 degree Fahrenheit to 86 degree Fahrenheit.
Nutrition: Bananas are well-known nutritious fruit which contain full of nutrient content inside, such as Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, folate, choline, pantothenic acid, and riboflavin.
Additionally, there are also some common minerals they provide, including iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
To grow these fruits in our garden or orchard, H2O WORKS suggests two common tools for gardener and families.
- Shear is a common tool for fruit growers to easily and effortlessly cut the excess branches and harvest fruits. When planting new fruit trees, the H2O shear is a great tool to cut the little and unnecessary branches of the trees. The shear blade is made of carbon steel from Japan with premium raw material results more durable and effi
- H2O WORKS Metal Nozzle HN01G6 has 6 watering patterns, such as Jet, Shower, Soaker, Flat, Mist and Angled. We can choose what pattern we need and easily change to the next pattern. In addition, H2O nozzle is lightweight and versatile that everyone can not only enjoy growing fruits but also watering plants at the same time.
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