I have no fruit trees in my garden. Well, I do not think there would be any room for them on my terrace. However, I have bushes and plants that do give rise to fruit in late summer and autumn. I am not sure any of the can be eaten, but they are sure pretty to look at. Some of my plants in pots do carry nut like fruits and seeds as well, such as the Boxwood.
The most beautiful is without a doubt the Caprifolium, that is in its second bloom. Simultaneously it bears fruit starting late August and long into October, from its first flowers and later from the second bloom. It is truly magnificent right now and heavy with colours and scent.
The other significantly fruit bearing bush is my Cherry Laurel. I have always found this to be the most interesting of my plants. It is an evergreen and blooms with fragrant white flowers in early May into June. Some years more than others. The flowers change into green, cherry like fruit that slowly turns red in late summer. Ultimately the cherries become black, serving at all times as a lovely decoration against the juicy green of the plant itself.