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Martys Garden Planting Fruit Trees

17 Nov

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Planting out fruit trees in Martys Garden

Planting out fruit trees in Marty’s Garden http://www.pottedvegetablegarden.com Marty Ware plants out the new garden with a range of fruit trees and describes the process to help others who want to have fruit trees in their garden too!

Plan On Planting Apple Trees Now | Planet Natural Blog

blog.planetnatural.com10/29/12

There’s no more rewarding investment than planting trees. Apple trees that you plant early next spring may start yielding fruit in three to four years. But they’ll be giving joy almost immediately. Planting trees with your children

Putting the garden to bed | NewsHouse | Syracuse University and

www.thenewshouse.com11/8/12

The five volunteers that joined Cetera helped plant fruit trees, like nectarines and peaches, and daffodil bulbs. The trees are dormant, Cetera explained, so they should be OK over the winter despite their small size. Cetera

Food Forests: All-You-Can-Eat and Coming to a City Near You

www.takepart.com10/8/12

Vancouver, B.C., has announced plans to plant 150,000 fruit and nut trees on city streets, in parks, and on city-owned lands in the next eight years, reports the Vancouver Sun. At the moment, the city has about 600 fruit and nut

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