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Easy Fruit Growing Guide
     

Easy Fruit Growing Guide

by Patty Clifton
 
It's late summer. The air is still. It's hot outside. Nothing is moving but the occasional bee buzzing by taking his precious cargo back to the hive. You wander out your back door locking the cool air indoors.

It's so hot and fresh squeezed lemonade is taking first place in your mind. No, not the frozen, condensed stuff from the grocers or that powdered

Overview

It's late summer. The air is still. It's hot outside. Nothing is moving but the occasional bee buzzing by taking his precious cargo back to the hive. You wander out your back door locking the cool air indoors.

It's so hot and fresh squeezed lemonade is taking first place in your mind. No, not the frozen, condensed stuff from the grocers or that powdered stuff but the truly fresh juice squeezed from your very own lemons.

You carefully make your selection then scurry inside to start the magic. The lemons are large and a vibrant shade of yellow. The warm juices ooze from the meat as your knife quickly slices them in halves.

Your mouth is watering in anticipation as you mix the ingredients. Finally, you add ice and maybe a little sprig of mint. Almost there and you can hardly wait for that first sweet but tangy liquid to hit your palate.

Was it worth the wait? How about the effort? A resounding "yes" to both questions. Nothing beats fresh and home made! No matter what kind of fruit or the delights we create with them, home grown and home made wins every time.

If you have never tried your hand at growing fruits, you are really missing out on a treat. It's not just fruit trees either. Some of the best berries you will ever eat are home grown.
What if you could feed your family fresh fruits and Vegetables: Get Plenty Every Day?
What if you were able to serve them truly organic fruit?
What if you could give them fruit that never saw long-term storage?

Why not give it a try? It takes a little bit of time and resources but the rewards are truly outstanding! One of the resources you need is something that tells you what to do in the simplest of terms.

Luckily for you, you've already found it!

Look, you can find much gardening information online. And, if you are up to reading textbooks full of horticultural jargon about gardening by all means go for it! Just be prepared to give up quickly.

Instead of that, how about growing your own fruits with a small amount of money, time and effort? We have that guide. It's called "Easy Fruit Growing Guide."

Our author practices what she teaches. Her words are jam-packed with all the information that you need in a compact but comprehensive manner. She shows you exactly what you need to know in plain English. Take a look at what you'll uncover:
Learn how to grow specific fruits.
Find out what popular ones to start with.
Discover when and where to plant.
How to grow fruits in tiny spaces.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149407347
Publisher:
Creaders Publishing
Publication date:
05/02/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Patty Clifton wants to show her readers how easy it is to add flavor and color to their gardens with tasty fruit.
Patty said,� Many people concentrate on vegetables and flowers because they think growing fruit successfully is more difficult and takes more time to do well.�
�But, you can get great results with some fruit which is high priced or seldom available at your supermarkets.�
Patty points out another major advantage. �The stores offer a limited range of varieties and avoid some types of fruit altogether.�
�We can grow the proven older varieties which they don�t offer and we can control what is used around and on them�
�I�m very happy that my family is eating more fruit and tastier fruit which has no nasty residues on or in it!
�Growing some types is easy enough for young kids. They love eating what they help to grow and you can add some other food to it which they might not eat on its own.�
Patty will show you fruit which can be grown in your home if space is limited and short-cuts which reduce the effort needed.
�You can grow fruit in lots of ways apart from the usual garden plot.�
I�ll explain how you can make better use of whatever space and other resources you have.�
�Gardening is a healthy activity. My way reduces the effort and time needed.�
�And growing fruit is the sweetest type of gardening there is!�

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