The Fruit Gardener's Bible: A Complete Guide to Growing Fruits and Nuts in the Home Garden

The Fruit Gardener s Bible A Complete Guide to Growing Fruits and Nuts in the Home Garden 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 f

  • Title: The Fruit Gardener's Bible: A Complete Guide to Growing Fruits and Nuts in the Home Garden
  • Author: Lewis Hill Leonard Perry
  • ISBN: 9781603425674
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 crop With tips on cultivating strawberries, raspberries, grapesEnjoy 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 crop With tips on cultivating strawberries, raspberries, grapes, pears, peaches, and , this essential reference guide will inspire year after year of abundantly fruitful gardening.

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    1. I found the Kindle version of this book along with The Vegetable Gardner's Bible as a deal for I think it was $2.99 in the "Kindle Daily Deals". My husband and I each took one and then we are trading. This book is excellent. It is complete with out making you crazy with details. It is well structured and the explanations are easy to follow. If you have even considered growing any of your own fruit I highly recommend this book. This book helped me figure out the fungus my peach trees have an how [...]

    2. Okay, so I'll be honest I kept this book and didn't read it because I check out too many books at once and read very few of them because I'm overwhelmed by the pile o' books. But then I saw this one was due and did a "cram session" of flipping and skimming last night and I have to say, at least at a cursory glance I think this is the best fruit book I've read yet. They had a little of everything and went in depth where necessary. I really want to read this book cover to cover. That said, I didn' [...]

    3. Solid book with a lot of detailed information -- covers both organic and non-organic approaches. I LOVE data, and this book was full of charts. Hardiness, yields, time to maturity for plants, etc. Good stuff! The book does cover a wide range of fruit, including unusual varieties, so I was surprised to see nothing on fig trees. The front also promised "edible landscaping", which I think was about a page. But those are about my only (minor) complaints. Given that most gardening books skim over fru [...]

    4. A very comprehensive fruit growing manual. I borrowed this from the library, but it's definitely something I will add to my personal collection.

    5. I liked how in depth it was on how to grow the fruits. I especially liked the detail on how to prune fruit frees and bushes. It's now on my wish list to own!

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