Category Archives for Fruit Growing

Sweet Cherry : Prunus avium

Primus avium is native to Europe and belongs to the Rosaceae family. Recently new, slower-growing forms of have been developed that are ideal for growing in containers. Although sweet cherries are hardy, the blossoms are vulnerable to spring frost. It … Continue reading

07. April 2014 by admin
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Growing Currants : Ribes

These shrubs with their delicious red, black or white berries are members of the Crossulariaceae family and are ideal for growing in containers. Although hardy, the flowers are frost-sensitive, which is why the plants should be protected against frost or … Continue reading

03. April 2014 by admin
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Growing Pears

TYPE AND AGE OF TREES Bush trees are normally planted when they are two years old, and espaliers when they are three or four years old. PLANTING Plant pear trees at any time during the winter—in November if possible. Dig … Continue reading

30. September 2013 by admin
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How to Grow Strawberries

How to Grow Strawberries These are probably the most rewarding of all fruits — there is nothing like the taste of your own first fresh-picked strawberry, or the second, or the third . . . Strawberries need a very rich … Continue reading

06. January 2011 by admin
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