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plant fruit trees close together and keep them very small to increase production. Great tips here to grow lots of fruit in a very small space!


How to Grow Fruit Trees in Containers

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Grow a Nectarine from Seed

Grow a nectarine -- or any stone fruit -- from seed! It's easy.

The Art of Pruning Fruit Trees. I so totally need this for the apple tree in the backyard!!! I think I will also use a peach pit from the PA peaches my aunt gave me and see if I can't get a peach tree to yield in a few years!!! Great tips on ALL of the fruits pretty much!!!

How to Grow Peaches Learn how to grow peaches for a fresh, fabulous summer fruit harvest.

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How to Grow Lavender

If you're planning what your going to plant in your garden this spring, here's some tips on how to grow lavender. #homesfornature

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10 Tips on Growing Dwarf Fruit Trees

Dwarf Fruit Trees... a must on a mini-farm. Can't wait! Dwarf Orchard plus a citrus tree or two inside?!

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7 best citrus trees to grow

7 best citrus trees to grow and how to grow them

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Growing Fruit Trees in Containers

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Home Made Miracle Grow - Make your Own

Self made Miracle Grow. Put 1 Tbs. Epsom Salt, & 1 Tbs. Sugar into each hole with your plant. It makes them grow larger, leafier and greener. Or dissolve 1 Tbs. Epsom Salt into 1 Gallon of water and use it to water your plants, trees, fruit trees, roses, flowering plants, squash,and all other veggies. For plants you have planted in ground or pots sprinkle Epsom Salt on top of the dirt/potting soil and water well. See Link for other ideas.

A better way to grow strawberries and other more hanging fruits and berries is to use growing boxes or tubes elevated off of the ground. You can even grow them at waist or chest level for easier growing, tending and picking. No more rotting caused by laying upon the ground while developing!

Vegetables with heavy fruit (like melons and pumpkins) benefit from growing through and sprawling over a pyramid support of stout timber to keep their vines and fruits off moist soil.

Clever trick to protect fruit from birds and squirrels. Well..... duh! Why didn't I think of something like this?

Learn how to grow fruit trees. If you ever wanted to grow your own food you'll need these tips to avoid costly mistakes. Learn which varieties you need and how to know which kind is right for your area.