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Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden Hardcover – 15 May 2004
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"Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden brings forth visions of tempting fruits, enticing aromas and tastes. What gardener can resist such thoughts?" --National Gardener
"For those gardeners who, like me, are always searching for something a bit out of the ordinary for both their gardens and their tummies, this book is a gem." --American Gardener
"I learned plenty of new things. . . . Everything a reader needs to know to choose the best cultivar and to grow these intriguing but uncommon fruits." --Christian Science Monitor
"Serious about the 'for every garden' part of the title. This goes far beyond basic botanical descriptions and hints on growing and utilization: Reich provides abundant details on propagation, planting, fruit harvest and storage, as well as annotated lists of cultivars." --HortIdeas
"If only I'd found Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden sooner!" --New Life on a Homestead
"Some gardening books inspire, others entertain, and some educate. Lee Reich's Uncommon Fruits does all three and then some." --Greenscapes
"There is a wealth of gardening and botanical information packed into this compact book." --Plant Science Bulletin
"A superb book to read on this subject." --Harrisburg Patriot-News
"Well-written and easy to read." --California Garden
"Reich has an infectious, generous spirit about his field and loads of practical advice for home gardeners." --Westchester Journal News
"Details two dozen unusual bush, tree and vine fruits." --Avant Gardener
About the Author
- Publisher : Timber Press; 2 edition (15 May 2004)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 308 pages
- ISBN-10 : 088192623X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0881926231
- Dimensions : 22.86 x 2.9 x 15.24 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 583,114 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Since then, I got myself the first suggestion in the book, the Juneberry, a great tree that can go as cold as a USDA Zone 3! The first year I planted it, I got 3 cups of delicious berries. It's a success to say the least. I am already planning more introductions of uncommon fruits based on this book and I also became an avid reader of Mr. Reich's blog, a great reference on gardening.
I can't recommend this book enough, if you felt desperate to have fruits in your garden and live up North like me, this book is a must.