Even if you have a yard instead of a garden or a patio area, there are still fruits that can be grown. As long as they can get a bit of sunshine and you make sure they get some water, some of these plants will produce crop after crop for you.
Raspberries actually do really well in pots as long as they have canes or some sort of framework to grow up. They produce their berries from early spring right through until the end of summer and can be used in a multitude of ways, apart from just popping them in your mouth as soon as you’ve picked and washed them. Health wise, they are high in vitamin C, with a single cup of them giving 54% of the recommended daily amount of the vitamin.