Eager to start gardening but heading into the winter season? These 9 fruits are planted in the winter and will provide you with a harvest for years to come. Tips on where to get your stock and how to plant it, even if you don't have any land or a yard!
Choosing fruit trees - US There's a reason I loved flipping through Organic Orcharding before we got our farm --- it's a great book to dream by. Or, if you want to pretend you're being scientific, you can use the excellent charts for variety selection. For example, Logsdon recommends starting your orchard planning by learning which species do well in your climate. The map above hits the highlights.
Apricots originated on the Russian-Chinese border in about 3000 BC and were imported along with peach seed into Europe through the "Silk Road" that extended camelback trading to the Mideast. The fruit grows as an escaped naturalized p
Dwarf Banana Tropical Flair for Your Home Imagine plucking tasty 4-in. bananas from your very own tree! 2- to 5-ft. plant adorned with large, glossy green leaves will produce fruit within 3-5 years. Potted
One big minus for us about living in an apartment is the lack of outdoor space for gardening. We like the thought of toiling the land and eating the fruits of our labor (literally), so were all for any opportunity to bring edible plants indoors. Our local