Will Blueberries Ripen if Picked Early?

Answer Berries taste best when left on the bush until fully ripe. Although blueberry plants don't begin producing fruit until at least two to three years after planting, a mature bush may yield several po... Read More »

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Do oranges ripen after they are picked?

According to established Florida citrus mail seller, Hale Groves, oranges and grapefruit do not continue to ripen once picked. But many other fruits and vegetables do.

Do Concord grapes ripen after they are picked?

Concord grapes, which are name after the city Concord, Massachusetts, do not ripen after they are picked from the vine. No type of grape ripens any further when it is harvested.References:Grape Fac... Read More »

Tomatoes Will Not Ripen?

Plenty of talented gardeners have faced a bounteous bush of green tomatoes that just don't seem to ripen. Fried green tomatoes might be delicious, but a kitchen needs plump, juicy red ones as well.... Read More »

Will a Green Watermelon Ripen?

A green watermelon will ripen only as long as it remains on the vine, and watermelons that were planted at the same time may ripen at different stages. Since a green watermelon will not ripen after... Read More »