Uncommon fruits worthy of attention: a gardener's guide

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Addison-Wesley, 1991 - Gardening - 273 pages
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Uncommon fruits worthy of attention: a gardener's guide

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This delightful book describes 19 fruits including maypops, pawpaws, medlars, jujubes, and Asian pears. Fruits were selected for being at home in a temperate climate, tasting good to eat out of hand ... Read full review

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This book is chock full of cultivation and propagation information for fruits outside the mainstream but common in the permaculture literature. The only downside is that you're bound to go out and buy ... Read full review


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About the author (1991)

Lee Reich is an author, lecturer, and consultant whose books include "The Pruning Book" and "Weedless Gardening". Reich grows a broad assortment of fruit plants in his own garden, which has been featured in the "New York Times, Organic Gardening", and "Martha Stewart Living".

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