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In this video I’ll show how to grow a new tree from a stick cut from my fig tree. The full length video is on my YouTube channel.

How to Start a Peach Tree from a Pit: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

Growing your own peaches can be a delicious project for any gardener. The first thing you have to do is choose a peach pit that will germinate and produce a tree suitable for your area. Next, you have to clean the pit (ideally even remove...

Cold Hardy Japanese Maple Trees:  Will Japanese Maples Grow In Zone 3 - Japanese maples are lovely trees that add structure and brilliant seasonal color to the garden. Since they rarely exceed a height of 25 feet, they are perfect for small lots and home landscapes. Take a look at Japanese maples for zone 3 in this article.

Japanese maples are lovely trees that add structure and brilliant seasonal color to the garden. Since they rarely exceed a height of 25 feet (7.5 m.), they are perfect for small lots and home landscapes. Take a look at Japanese maples for zone 3 in this article.

WHAT TREES CAN BE GROWN FROM CUTTINGS? 20 FRUIT TREES TO GROW FROM CUTTINGS – Slick Garden

Most people want to grow fruit trees in their gardens. Some people try to grow the fruit trees from the seed and some buy established…

Tight on garden space? Fig trees grown in containers may be ideal for your limited space or limited opportunity situation. Here's what you need to know about fig tree care, from choosing varieties to growing conditions, harvesting, repotting, and dealing with pests on your fig tree. #garden #orchard #homestead

What you need to know about planting figs, fig tree care, & growing an indoor fig tree. Growing fig trees in containers is easy, and they're beautiful, too!

15 Amazingly Fast Growing Trees That Give Your Yard Shade and Privacy

Discover 15 amazing fast growing trees for small yards and house backyards. Choose from hedges for privacy or shades, brilliant colored trees, and drought tolerant trees. #fastgrowingtrees #privacytree #trees #gardening

In this article, you'll learn step by step how to grow a tree from a twig. You'll just need a few things: a tree branch, a plastic bottle, a knife, and a hammer.

In this article, you'll learn step by step how to grow a tree from a twig. You'll just need a few things: a tree branch, a plastic bottle, a knife, and a hammer.

Vermont’s not exactly known for its tropical weather, but even with our long cold winters, you can still grow and harvest your own chocolate indoors.  The cacao trees below were grown from a pod harvested New Hampshire, and germinated in my Vermont home, both zone 4. The New Hampshire parent tree grown by a friend...Read More

Vermont's not exactly known for its tropical weather, but even with our long cold winters, you can still grow and harvest your own chocolate indoors. The cacao trees below were grown from a pod harvested

You don't have to wait 10 years to get fruit from your family orchard when you plant these fast growing fruit trees. Some of these trees will even produce the first year after planting! Learn what fruit trees are fast growing and what gardening zones they grow in and start growing fruit today!

Fast growing fruit trees mean that you get fruit in just a year or two instead of four or five. Check out these seven trees and start eating homegrown fruit

How to grow a peach tree starting with the pit (seed/stone) from a grocery store peach. The same instructions work for other cold hardy stone fruits including plums, nectarines, and cherries.

Yes, you can grow a peach pit from grocery store fruit into a peach tree. These instructions also work for other cold hardy stone fruits including plum, cherry, and nectarines.