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Texas Fruit & Vegetable Gardening – (Fruit Description:



Texas Fruit & Theres no substitute for the fresh homegrown taste of fruits and vegetables harvested from a Texas garden. Whether you garden in the southern central or northern part of the state east or west Texas Fruit and Vegetable Gardening has the answers to your how-to-grow questions. This easy-to-follow guide features: Planting care and harvesting information for more than 60 ediblesPopular vegetable selections from arugula to tomatoesA variety of common and unusual fruits and herbsAdvice on garden planning creating the perfect soil watering and more Growing in Texas isnt easy. Its either too hot too cold too wet or too dry. The state ranges from a cold winter climate in the north to an almost tropical one in the south. And it goes from very alkaline limestone soils in the Hill Country to extremely acidic soils in East Texas. Seasoned horticulturist conservationist garden writer and seventh-generation Texan Greg Grant simplifies the ins and outs of Texas gardening and encourages you to enjoy the satisfaction of growing your own food. No matter if you want to plant a large plot just a container garden or a tasty kitchen garden youll be sure to find Texas Fruits and Vegetable Gardening an invaluable resource. Its the next best thing to having a master gardener as your neighbor. Texas Fruit & Vegetable Gardening – (Fruit