^^My small property is too hot and sunny for those(shit!) . But I love any plant that produces edible fruit. I have alot of container plants with fruiting bushes in them. Aronia Melanocarpa(black chokeberry).you can make a jam with it but needs LOTS of sugar. Will tolerate some shade as well. Prunus Besseyi(sand cherry)and Prunus Tomentosa(Nanking cherry)-both good for small cherry like fruits and extremely tough and hardy..will survive outside in containers through winter with no protection..same as the chokeberry. They make a good jam. Have very hardy dwarf blueberries in large container. they survive but are not doing the best. Must be that I can't get the soil acidity right.
I also love Egyption Walking Onions...they are prolific, decorative, tasty and very hardy...they are like weeds...very tough to kill. Also have a self-fertile hardy Kiwi vine(Actinidia "Issai"). It is about 8 feet high right now and loaded with blossoms ready to come out. The fruit is grape size but smooth skinned and just like the other kiwi..except sweeter. Only got a few last year because of my nemesis, the Squirrels(winged rat bastards they are!)