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Growing fruits

Growing fruits

nature"s desserts

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Published by Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fruit-culture

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical reference and index.

    StatementLee Reich, guest editor.
    SeriesBrooklyn botanic garden publications, 21st-century gardening series -- handbook 147, BOUND WITH: no. 143-146, 21st-century gardening series -- no. 147.
    ContributionsReich, Lee., Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15480210M
    ISBN 10094535293X
    OCLC/WorldCa36747252

      Book Overview Enjoy bushels of crispy apples and baskets of juicy blueberries from your own backyard. Authors Lewis Hill and Leonard Perry provide everything you need to know to successfully grow delicious organic fruit at home, from choosing the best varieties for your area to planting, pruning, and harvesting a bountiful : Lewis Hill, Leonard Perry.   Gardening in Florida is possible year round. Florida's climate is appropriate for growing just about any vegetable, depending on what time of the year it is planted. Many fruits are suitable to grow in Florida as well, depending on the region. South Florida has a subtropical climate, where the temperatures rarely.

      A beginner's guide to growing fruit Many fruits (including most apples and pears, along with red/whitecurrants, gooseberries, cherries and plums) crop in such a Author: Lucy Chamberlain. Guide to Growing Strawberries Red, juicy and conically shaped, the strawberry is a member of the rose family and has grown wild for centuries in both the Americas and Europe. The strawberry is the most universally grown of the small fruits, both in the home garden and in commercial plantings. Guide to Growing Watermelon.

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