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Feb 02, 2016
| ISBN 9781465444851
Mar 01, 2010
| ISBN 9780756663292
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Feb 02, 2016 | ISBN 9781465444851
Mar 01, 2010 | ISBN 9780756663292
Grow Fruit is your one-stop, step-by-step reference for growing your own fruit, from tree fruits like apples and figs to soft fruits like strawberries and blueberries to tender fruits like citrus and avocados. Now refreshed with a bold new look, this guide has been updated to include more fruit varieties than any other book of its kind.
Grow Fruit features detailed growing instructions for more than 40 fruits and provides inspiration and advice at every stage, from planning and planting to pruning and picking and everything in-between. With its clear and easy-to-follow photographic design, troubleshooting tips, and year-long planner, Grow Fruit makes thriving results achievable, whether you are an experienced gardener looking to expand your horizons or a foodie seeking your own organic or obscure fruit varieties.
Covering tree fruit, from apples to figs and nuts; soft fruit, from strawberries to goji berries; grape vines; and tender fruit, from citrus to avocados, Grow Fruit is a practical and inspirational guide that shows everyone how to grow their own fruit, no matter how much time or space they have. With foolproof, easy-to-follow advice, ideas and techniques for more experienced gardeners, a fruit grower’s year planner, and a troubleshooting section for common problems of fruit pests and diseases, Grow Fruit is the one-stop reference for growing your own delicious fruit.
Alan Buckingham is an author, editor, photographer, and gardener. He holds a plot on the Royal Paddocks Allotments near Hampton Court Palace in London, where he grows more food annually than his family can eat. His books include Grow Fruit,… More about Alan Buckingham
“…a great primer to help get you started, no matter what type of space limitations you might face.” – Pittsburgh-Post Gazette
“Here is an easy one stop reference for growing your own grapes, tree fruit such as cherries, plums, pears, figs and peaches.” – Boston Globe
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