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Wilson's First Blooms via @Bren In BGgarden
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First Blooms ... maybe we will get fruit this year?!
Wilson’s First Spring
Kitchen Herb Gardening | by Teeny Tiny Kitchen
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Kitchen Herb Gardening | by Teeny Tiny Kitchen ***NOTE - HYDRO PLANTS.... HELL YEAH.
Kitchen Herb Gardening | by Teeny Tiny Kitchen.... I need these rooting jars
Our Kitchen Garden...some great inspiration for indoor herb gardening.
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Kitchen Herb Gardening #plant
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Kitchen Herb Gardening
Our Kitchen Garden
I don't know about you but I could totally enjoy salsa any time of the year!
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I grow it so I can share it so please check out this always fresh recipe that will warm up any day. bggarden.com/blog/2010/03/18/chorizo-wrap-salsa/
Chicago Hardy Fig tree with fruit on via @Jeavonna Chapman #MooPooTea fed
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Chicago Hardy Fig tree with fruit on via Jeavonna (@Jeavonna Chapman) #MooPooTea fed ;)
“#gardenchat #gardenwalk It is hard to be frustrated about the summer heat. Chicago Hardy @StarkBrosCares”
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Lime Shrub I've been enjoying on my Ohio front porch for 3 years! #gardenchat
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Lime Shrub : I found the best selection of citrus shrubs at Benches Garden Center in Ohio : Independent Garden Centers ROCK!
Kim's Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable Garden: Stark Bros. -- Stanley Prune-Plum
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Kims Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable Garden: Stark Bros. -- Stanley Prune-Plum
Kim's Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable Garden: Stark Bros.
From left to right: Red Haven peach, Stanley prune-plum, Stark Honeysweet pear, and Golden Delicious apple. . My mini-home orchard. That's my clothesline cutting through the picture. All but the pear are "supreme" trees from Stark Bros. They were delivered in very good condition. The roots were still moist. Unfortunately the trees were not marked with chalk for the proper planting depth like expected. I have been doing a lot of reading about growing dwarf fruit trees properly (and they came with a planting guide), so I think they will be just fine. Just be sure not to allow the grafted area to come into contact with the soil or it may root you may loose the dwarfing aspect of the tree. . MULCH: Keep mulch several inches from the base of the trees so that rodents can't find a place to hide. They like to eat away the bark at the base of the tree. If they completely eat their way around the trunk, the tree will likely die. In the pictures it appears as though I mulched all the way to the trunk. I did not. There is a dark brown, recycled rubber tree ring around the tree. Starting around 5-6 inches away from the trunks are thick layers of mulch on top of the tree rings. . TREE GUARDS: I also ordered some tree guards to protect the young trunks from rodent damage and, in particular, sunscald. Since there are no branches or foliage to protect the young trunks from bright winter sun and reflections off of snow, the guards will help protect the vulnerable trunks. I've also heard of people using an outdoor, latex, white paint on older trees. Above: Dwarf Stanley prune-plum. Self-fertile. European. Purchased from Stark Bros. A "supreme" tree. Above: Dwarf Red Haven peach. Self-fertile. Purchased from Stark Bros. A "supreme" tree. Above: Dwarf Golden Delicious apple. Self-fertile although having another apple or crabapple tree in bloom at the same time will increase the harvest. Purchased from Stark Bros. A "supreme" tree. It's a slightly curved tree, but it was the thickest with an excellent rootball. Above: Dwarf Stark Honeysweet pear. Self-fertile. Purchased from Stark Bros. The only one that wasn't a "supreme" tree.
Espalier Dwarf Apple Trees
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Espalier Dwarf Apple Trees - homemade video from someone but some good basic visual info about how to do this.
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Espaliered Fruit Trees - YouTube
Espalier Apple Trees
Katzcradul shows how to espalier dwarf apple trees. We have an incredibly small yard. We don't have room for traditional fruit trees. I have espaliered two a...
Cortland Apple Tree; Espalier (with fruit) via Michael M. | #starkbros customer photo #espalier
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Cortland Apple Tree; Espalier (with fruit) via Michael M. | #espalier
Mature Apple Espalier by customer Michael M.
How to Espalier Fruit Trees
The art of espalier is all about selectively pruning and training to a desired shape. Follow these steps and learn how to espalier fruit trees.