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15 Fruits That Grow on Vines | List of Climbing Fruits

Check out this List of Fruits That Grow on Vines and train the fancy varieties vertically in your garden in a small or big space!

Is the lack of space stopping you from growing fruits in your garden? We have compiled a List of Fruits That Grow on Vines and will easily thrive around your yard fences, arbors, or pergolas. Some will even thrive in pots and can be trained on trellises.

Check out the list of the most exotic fruits in the world here

List of Fruits That Grow on Vines

1. Kiwi

List of Fruits That Grow on Vines

Botanical Name: Actinidia deliciosa

Kiwis grow on perennial vines that reach 14-18 feet tall and 12-16 feet wide. They thrive best on pergolas or tall trellis, where they can bask all day in the sun.

Learn how to grow kiwis in pots here

2. Armenian Cucumber


Botanical Name: Cucumis melo var. flexuosus

Armenian cucumbers or any cucumbers can be trained vertically in garden stakes or light trellises. The plant needs a warm, well-drained, and fertile medium to produce juicy cucumbers.

Learn more about growing cucumber on trellis here

3. Grapes

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Botanical Name: Vitis

Grapevines are a treat to the eyes for their lush foliage and clustered hanging fruits. The vines spread rapidly and need regular pruning to grow on arbors and pergolas in the sunny garden corners.

Find out how to grow grapes in pots here

4. Passionfruit


Botanical Name: Passiflora edulis

Exotic fruit with a sweet tarty flavor that grows on tall vines spreading 15 to 30 feet long. The plant needs high structures to thrive well.

5. Dragon fruit

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Botanical Name: Hylocereus undatus

Dragon fruits are purple scaly fruits that grow on ornamental, succulent vines reaching 20 feet in size. Once established, the plant keeps producing fruits for the next 20-30 years.

Want to grow dragon fruit at home? Click here

6. Gooseberry


Botanical Name: Ribes uva-crispa

These power-packed sweet-tart fruits grow on 3-4 feet tall vines in rich-well-draining soil. Train the plant on garden fences or walls to provide the necessary support.

Check out the details on growing gooseberries here

7. Mouse Watermelon

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Botanical Name: Melothria scabra

Mouse Watermelons resemble tiny watermelons but taste like cucumbers. They thrive in full sun and bear delicate stems; hence can be trained along long trellis and garden fences.

8. Honeydew Melon

Botanical Name: Cucumis melo L.

The oval, whitish-green fruits grow on creeping vines and rank among the tastiest fruits available. The vines need good support to resist the weight of fully developed melons.

9. Watermelon

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Botanical Name: Citrullus lanatus

Watermelons are warm-weather fruits that need 6-7 hours of direct bright sunlight. The vines grow nearly 6-8 feet tall and need sturdy support to hold the heavy fruits.

Wondering how to grow watermelon in pots? Click here

10. Blackberry

Botanical Name: Rubus fruticosus

Blackberries are juicy tarty fruits that grow on a thorny shrub that behaves more like a short climber. A 5-6 feet trellis would work well to support this exotic fruit. It is actually a shrub but also trails as a vine.

11. Muskmelon

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Botanical Name: Cucumis melo

Muskmelons are a species of melons that need a strong trellis to vine vertically. Each melon needs to be supported with a cloth or jute bag to hold them upright.

12. Hops

Botanical Name: Humulus lupulus

A rare vining variety, hops are considered vegetables and grains. Train the plant across pergolas or arbors to grow the tastiest fruits in partial shade.

13. Sugar Cube Cantaloupe

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Botanical Name: Cucumis melo var. cantalupensis

A hybrid variety of muskmelon, this fruit is exceptionally juicy and sweet. Growing it is also easy as it is resistant to powdery mildew, fusarium wilt, and papaya ringspot virus.

Learn how to grow Cantaloupe vertically here

14. Swiss Cheese Plant Fruit

Botanical Name: Monstera deliciosa

Don’t be surprised to see the name of this vining houseplant here; it does produce a tasty fruit that you can relish after it ripens fully! Avoid eating the unripe ones as they can irritate the mouth due to the calcium oxalate crystals.

Here’s all you need to know about growing Monstera Deliciosa fruit

15. Chocolate Vine

Botanical Name: Akebia quinata

Not only this vine looks beautiful, but it also grows tasty fruits. Its pulp has a mild taste, and you can relish it with lemon juice. The fruits can also be pureed and used in squash and other cocktails.

              Check out our article 10 Genius Strawberry Growing Hacks here


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