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Figs...Dont prune in winter and other tips

Figs...Dont prune in winter and other tips

Hydroponic Gardening for Beginners. It's not as hard as you think. Follow this DIY guide and you will have a hydroponic garden in no time, even if you are a total beginner.

Hydroponic Gardening for Beginners. It's not as hard as you think. Follow this DIY guide and you will have a hydroponic garden in no time, even if you are a total beginner.

Fig Tree Propagation-works for Hydrangeas too.

Fig Tree Propagation-works for Hydrangeas too.

A mulberry tree is a must for your homestead or backyard. Mulberry trees are fast growing shade trees and provide food for your family and fodder for chickens, ducks, goats and other livestock.

A mulberry tree is a must for your homestead or backyard. Mulberry trees are fast growing shade trees and provide food for your family and fodder for chickens, ducks, goats and other livestock.

growing a mulberry tree from cuttings

growing a mulberry tree from cuttings

How to Grow Pears

How to Grow Pears

Care of plum trees is not difficult as long as you are consistent. Apply one pound of organic fertilizer or well-aged manure in March of the...

Care of plum trees is not difficult as long as you are consistent. Apply one pound of organic fertilizer or well-aged manure in March of the...

Care of plum trees is not difficult as long as you are consistent. Apply one pound of organic fertilizer or well-aged manure in March of the...

Care of plum trees is not difficult as long as you are consistent. Apply one pound of organic fertilizer or well-aged manure in March of the...

Five steps to growing blueberries.....includes early pruning. I'm glad I read this!

Five steps to growing blueberries.....includes early pruning. I'm glad I read this!

There are lots fruit trees and berry bushes that do well in containers. Pick your favorites and have your own edible garden on your balcony, patio, or porch. Options include strawberries, apples, currants, blackberries, and more.

There are lots fruit trees and berry bushes that do well in containers. Pick your favorites and have your own edible garden on your balcony, patio, or porch. Options include strawberries, apples, currants, blackberries, and more.