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I am assembling some articles about aspects of fruit growing which you probably won't find anywhere else. Click on the text below or Pictures for the information you want:


Almonds- article, 1829
Apricots- article, 1829
Bitter Oranges - 2010
Cherries- from trained trees
Cherries- in England and elsewhere- 1829
An Inverted Cherry World- H-J Bannier, translated by 'Diversity'- 2013
Free Fruit- Cherries, plums, apples
Damson- Merryweather
Gooseberries- article, 1829
Gooseberries - American blight
Jostaberry and Worcesterberry
Kangaroo Apple, a little-known member of the 'solanum' family
Loganberries - what happens if I sow the seed?
Melons- article, 1829
Mulberries- article, 1829
Papple- new fruit, released 2012
Peaches - Growing them in Leicestershire, 2005
Peaches and Budding, 1948
Peaches and Philosopy, 1829
Peaches from China, 1829
Peaches and Nectarines, 1829
Peaches from an almond tree, 1829
Peaches - Cultivation, according to Mrs. Beeton, c1860
Pepino, a little-known member of the 'solanum' family
Plums- article, 1829
Raspberries - growing them from seed
Raspberries - dealing with spur blight
Shaddock (aka Pomelo) - citrus
shaddock, parent of the grapefruit

PLANTING, GROWING, STORING and EATING FRUIT
Informative site for fruit enthusiasts:
http://www.fruitexpert.co.uk/

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