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Fruit plants that double as regular “yard” plants without a lot of special care include figs (Celeste is the best for us), blueberries, pomegranate, native plums, some apples and pears (“fire blight” resistant varieties only), Oriental persimmons, muscadine grapes (with annual pruning), pawpaw, tree quince, elderberry, mulberry, and potted citrus (kumquats, satsumas, lemons are easiest in pots).

Fruit plants that double as regular “yard” plants without a lot of special care include figs (Celeste is the best for us), blueberries, pomegranate, native plums, some apples and pears (“fire blight” resistant varieties only), Oriental persimmons, muscadine grapes (with annual pruning), pawpaw, tree quince, elderberry, mulberry, and potted citrus (kumquats, satsumas, lemons are easiest in pots).

The Fig harvest season is in full swing, and this is great news because the sweet rich flavor of figs, combined with their soft pulp and crunchy seeds make

Figs: Learn the Secrets to Large Harvests

The Fig harvest season is in full swing, and this is great news because the sweet rich flavor of figs, combined with their soft pulp and crunchy seeds make

Suggestions on how to overwinter a potted fig tree.  'Chicago Hardy' is a VERY hardy variety.  Forget moving the pot in and out - just find a spot to plant it in the ground here in Zone 6.

how to overwinter a potted fig

Suggestions on how to overwinter a potted fig tree. 'Chicago Hardy' is a VERY hardy variety. Forget moving the pot in and out - just find a spot to plant it in the ground here in Zone 6.

Starting an Orchard. Learn where to plant your fruit trees, how to prune them, harvesting techniques, and more....

Starting an Orchard: Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Plums and Pears

Starting an Orchard. Learn where to plant your fruit trees, how to prune them, harvesting techniques, and more....

For my composting bin at the back: How to Compost - food scraps, coffee grounds, leaves, and of course...a few worms.

For my composting bin at the back: How to Compost - food scraps, coffee grounds, leaves, and of course...a few worms.

10 Tips on Growing Dwarf Fruit Trees. I just planted about 8 new Dwarf Trees in my backyard, adding to the 4 I already had. For a small city lot, these are great. :) This year I have awesome pears, apples and sweet cherries.

10 Tips on Growing Dwarf Fruit Trees

10 Tips on Growing Dwarf Fruit Trees. I just planted about 8 new Dwarf Trees in my backyard, adding to the 4 I already had. For a small city lot, these are great. :) This year I have awesome pears, apples and sweet cherries.

Itching to garden, but not sure what to grow yet? Here's some answers in this guide for both early spring and fall. From FrugalChicken

Get The Most Out of Your Garden: Your Early Spring Planting Guide

Itching to garden, but not sure what to grow yet? Here's some answers in this guide for both early spring and fall. From FrugalChicken

Grow your own turmeric from the grocery store!  Plant each rhizome about 2-3" deep into the soil & keep well watered. It should begin to sprout in about a month. In warmer climates, you can plant it directly into the ground in late January. In a cooler areas, start it in a pot, then move it outdoors when the ground warms up.  Tumeric has many medicinal properties; think of it as Motrin, without the harmful side effects.

Grow your own turmeric from the grocery store! Plant each rhizome about 2-3" deep into the soil & keep well watered. It should begin to sprout in about a month. In warmer climates, you can plant it directly into the ground in late January. In a cooler areas, start it in a pot, then move it outdoors when the ground warms up. Tumeric has many medicinal properties; think of it as Motrin, without the harmful side effects.

How to Propagate Fig Trees - My neighbor has been a Master Gardener for a long time. He shared with me how to propagate some cuttings from his Fig Tree.

How to Propagate Fig Trees - My neighbor has been a Master Gardener for a long time. He shared with me how to propagate some cuttings from his Fig Tree.

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