Naranjilla plants are an excellent addition to the home garden. While the plant’s thorns and spines may make harvesting the fruit difficult, it is truly a unique garden specimen – and one with specific nutritional needs. Click here for tips on how to feed naranjilla.
Naranjilla shrubs are not common in most gardens but will delight and reward even the most experienced of home gardeners. However, the process of growing this plant is not one which comes without frustration, such as having no naranjilla fruits. Learn more here.
Growers may choose to plant in containers for a variety of reasons. For many, this includes those wishing to delve into the growth of subtropical fruits and vegetables. One such plant, the naranjilla, is a perfect candidate for cultivation in containers. Learn more here.