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Select desert plants for privacy hedge

Some of the best reviews of these plants are from Arizona State University ... This includes an orange and a Meyer lemon along with a Blenheim apricot and a dwarf peach tree. All I have done in the ...

Joshua Siskin: California privet a good option if you’re interested in a hedge

Q: I was wondering if you can help me figure out what is happening to my dwarf peach tree. It has tiny fruit and has never produced. However this year the leaves are curling and it has big red bumps ...

Desert winds can shred peach tree leaves

Question: I hope you can help with a small problem with our dwarf peach tree. Something is shredding the leaves, and I cannot see anything after a close inspection. Could this be a nocturnal pest? We ...

Jeff Mahoney: A future planted securely on terra ‘perma,’ right here in Hamilton

"We are what our food eats," says Adam. As we progress through the permaculture "laboratory," I notice zucchini and tomatoes, Anjou pears, a dwarf peach tree and apple trees occupying a whole level of ...

Mimosa Propagation

Mimosa (Albizia julibrissin) trees thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 9. It’s a stunning landscape tree that houses wildlife and provides shade to humans. Mimosa ...


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Select desert plants for privacy hedge

Some of the best reviews of these plants are from Arizona State University ... This includes an orange and a Meyer lemon along with a Blenheim apricot and a dwarf peach tree. All I have done in the ...

Joshua Siskin: California privet a good option if you’re interested in a hedge

Q: I was wondering if you can help me figure out what is happening to my dwarf peach tree. It has tiny fruit and has never produced. However this year the leaves are curling and it has big red bumps ...

Proper pruning, thinning, irrigation increases fruit size

Q: Peaches from my dwarf peach tree were very small again last year. This is the third year the fruit developed into a small size. We fertilize them twice a year with vegetable spikes and our ...

Jeff Mahoney: A future planted securely on terra ‘perma,’ right here in Hamilton

"We are what our food eats," says Adam. As we progress through the permaculture "laboratory," I notice zucchini and tomatoes, Anjou pears, a dwarf peach tree and apple trees occupying a whole level of ...

Prepare for planting, but bake now

Thinking about the double-dwarf peach tree I purchased from them and planted in rich Missouri soil still brings a flood of happy memories. Carefully planted, watered and tenderly cared for, my tree ...


dwarf-peach-tree Buying Guide

When to Start a Peach Tree

If visions of sweet peaches (Prunus persica) are dancing in your head, you may want to start your own peach tree. First, you need to be sure you are in the proper growing area, which include U.S.

How to prune your fruit trees now for a summer bumper crop

Cox has years of experience with fruit trees growing in a residential environment. While he prepared to prune a dwarf peach tree, we chatted about the ins and outs of fruit tree care. Cox says the ...

Do Fruit Flies Love Lemons?

To help keep these invasive pests from getting their little legs on your lemons, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Hungry Pests website recommends making sure any plants or fruits are properly ...

Garden Daydreaming

All this gives me the confidence to growing basil and chives indoors. I've also been making my way through From Seed to Skillet: A Guide to Growing, Tending, Harvesting, and Cooking Up Fresh, ...

obit-Paul E. Hansche

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, ALA. - Paul E. Hansche, 66, a retired U.C.D. Department of Genetics Professor, died of heart failure in his home on Friday, April 3, 1998. A native of Racine, Paul was born on May 4, ...