9 Fruit Plants You Can Grow in Containers. You can grow a mini-orchard of fruit in patio containers if you're willing to water and feed regularly. Choose from soft fruits, such as currants and gooseberries, or tree fruits like apples, pears and cherries.
Great article if I ever plant Raspberries. Fall bearing would be my choice. Easier to prune! How to Grow Raspberries: Raspberry Growing Requirements - Soil, Location, Water, Mulch. Difference between Summer Bearing and Fall Bearing Raspberries.
*** Grow Blueberries In A Pot? Depending on the variety you choose, it can take 2 or 3 years for a plant to start producing fruit but once it does, you’ll enjoy picking blueberries for many years to come. Here’s a tip sheet to get you started…"
DIY drip irrigation system: bury a milk jug with holes drilled in it next to your plants. Stick the hose in the top of the jug and fill with water. Also works for feeding: add a scoop of fertilizer into the jug and add water.