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Historical Garden Books – 118 in a series – The American fruit culturist (1871)

Historical Garden Books – 118 in a series – The American fruit culturist (1871) Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, TORRENT from Archive.org   PREFACE Thk first edition of the Fruit Culturist, the basis of the present work, was written more than twenty years ago, and a year before the appearance of Downing’s first […]

Pomegranate Tree “Springs” into action via TikTok

@douglaswelch ##Pomegranate Tree “Springs” into action ##trees ##garden ##food ##fruit ##nature ##outdoors ##spring ♬ Here Comes the Sun – Daria Semikina Follow me on TikTok Read more on this topic: Signs of Spring – Pomegranate via Instagram In the garden…Pomegranate Part 2 [Video] In The Garden…Blackberry via TikTok [Video] A Lovely Pomegranate From The Garden […]

Signs of Spring – Pomegranate via Instagram

Signs of Spring – Pomegranate Our young Pomegranate is springing back into life this week. New leaves are everywhere. Follow A Gardener’s Notebook On Instagram From my Instagram Feed Read more on this topic: A Lovely Pomegranate From The Garden via Instagram Pomegranate Flowers via Instagram Pomegranate Flower…and hopefully fruit in the garden via Instagram […]

A Lovely Pomegranate From The Garden via Instagram

A Lovely Pomegranate From The Garden Not many fruits from our young tree yet, but this looks like a fine specimen of what is to come. Follow A Gardener’s Notebook On Instagram From my Instagram Feed Read more on this topic: In the garden…Pomegranate Part 2 [Video] Pomegranate Flowers via Instagram Pomegranate Growing via Instagram […]

Tomatoes Keep On Going via Instagram

Tomatoes Keep On Going Follow Me On Instagram From my Instagram Feed Read more on this topic: In the garden…Tomato Seedlings from store-bought tomatoes  via TikTok [Video] Tomatoes Coming On via Instagram Green tomatoes via Instagram and TikTok Tomatoes Coming On via Instagram Tomato seedlings from store-bought tomatoes via Instagram

Historical Garden Books – 94 in a series – Instruction book for transplanting and managing fruits and ornamental trees, shrubs, vines and flowers from National Nurseries (1923)

Historical Garden Books – 94 in a series – Instruction book for transplanting and managing fruits and ornamental trees, shrubs, vines and flowers from National Nurseries (1923) Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, TORRENT from Archive.org See more like this: Publication date 1923 Topics Transplanting (Plant culture) Handbooks, manuals, etc, Fruit-culture Handbooks, manuals, etc, Gardening Handbooks, manuals, etc, Nurseries […]

Tomatoes in the Garden via TikTok

@douglaswelch Tomatoes in the Garden ##tomatoes ##garden ##gardening ##fruit ##food ##slomo ##red ##grow ##growing ♬ UNDERWATER WONDERSCAPES (MASTER) – Frederic Bernard Follow Me On Instagram From my Instagram Feed Read more on this topic: Tomato seedlings from store-bought tomatoes via Instagram Green tomatoes via Instagram and TikTok In the garden…Tomato Seedlings from store-bought tomatoes  via […]

Green tomatoes via Instagram and TikTok

Green tomatoes A host of young tomatoes on the plant started from slices of grocery store produce. @douglaswelch Tomatoes@ In The Garden ##tomatoes ##garden ##gardening ##food ##fruit ##grow ##slomo ♬ Lovely Day – Bill Withers Follow Me On Instagram From my Instagram Feed Read more on this topic: Tomatoes Coming On via Instagram In the […]

Tomatoes Coming On via Instagram

Tomatoes Coming On The first signs of fruit on our tomato plants. From my Instagram Feed Read more on this topic: Photo: Heirloom tomatoes at Farmer’s Market Tomatoes of all shapes and sizes via Instagram Tomatoes in March?! via My Instagram Heirloom tomatoes at the local Farmers Market via My Instagram Little tomatoes for making sauce […]

In the garden…Tomato Update via TikTok [Video]

Part of a series from A Gardener’s Notebook @douglaswelch In the garden…Tomato Update ##tomato ##plant ##food ##fruit ##garden ##gardening ##inthegarden ♬ original sound – douglaswelch “Remember those slices of tomato I planted with tomato seeds in them? Well they’re coming on quite well. We lost a second group on this side but this group is […]