Heat resistant fruits
What fruits are best for planting in overly hot temperatures?
Ideal fruits to plant:
The lemon tree is a plant that grows in hot environments, above 15ºC, and needs a lot of sunlight (more than 6 hours a day)… In order for your lemon tree to develop properly, it is important to plant it or place it in sheltered places where it does not receive much direct air flow, especially when the air is cold. As for the lemon, it is a fruit with great antibacterial power that helps us to eliminate toxins. Its consumption is very important for the body, as it strengthens our immune system.
Strawberries are an excellent fruit to grow because they need a rich and slightly acidic soil, but especially a good exposure to the sun. They contain few calories, so they are perfect for diets where you are trying to lose weight. They are rich in vitamins, especially vitamin C. They help prevent colds because they are an excellent natural anti-inflammatory. They make us happy because they contain vitamin B1, known as the mood vitamin. They protect and moisturize the skin and hair because of their high content of omega-3, magnesium and copper. They contribute to bone health due to their high content of magnesium, potassium and vitamin K.
They need plenty of warmth and exposure to the sun, at least 6-8 hours a day. Protects eyesight thanks to its high content of vitamin A. Also, it is an antioxidant that, thanks to its high content of vitamins and minerals, keeps the skin, teeth and hair healthy. Improves blood circulation and is anticarcinogenic.
The cherry tree loves the sun, so it is advisable to provide it with good sun exposure. It tolerates almost all types of soil, except when it is compact, clayey and retains moisture. They fight muscular inflammations and are good for the memory thanks to their antioxidants.
What fruits will you plant? What are your favorite fruits to plant during hot weather?
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