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Posted on 15 Aug 2016

Gardening Books

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Posted on 10 Apr 2015

Short survey and a chance to win a...

It’s time for another giveaway! But this time, all you have to do is answer three short questions in a survey. Once you’ve done that, you will be automatically entered into the drawing for the Amazon gift card. We will email the gift card code to the winner of the gift card. We will select a winner Sunday evening.... Read More »
Posted on 01 Jan 2015

2015 Fruit Tree Giveaway

Happy new year! We are giving away 10 nectarines (you choose the varieties). The winner of this contest will receive the 10 nectarine trees with free shipping to their doorstep. Check out the info below to enter!     a Rafflecopter giveaway Read More »
Posted on 08 Nov 2014

Video: Southeastern Native Edibles and...

Eat up! Read More »
Posted on 23 Oct 2014

How to Grow Apple Trees From Seeds

How to Grow Apple Trees From Seeds   We all love apples (at least most of us do!) and we want you to buy our apple trees. But wouldn’t it be cool if you could grow your own apples from seed?   But due to hybridization and breeding, no modern apple variety comes “true to seed.” That means that... Read More »
Posted on 21 Oct 2014

The Fruit Tree Spacing Primer

The Fruit Tree Spacing Primer Fruit trees, even if you just have a couple of them, require a certain spacing between trees to ensure adequate growth and to prevent disease. All of the trees we sell are standard varieties, which means that they are “old school” larger trees. And in the case of apples, pears, and Asian pears, there... Read More »
Posted on 20 Oct 2014

Review of Southern Bounty by the North...

Review of Southern Bounty by the North American Native Plant Society      My book Southern Bounty was reviewed in the summer edition of The Blazing Star, the newsletter of the North American Native Plant Society. Since my family has been out of town for the past 36 hours for some medical stuff, I thought I would use their text... Read More »
Posted on 15 Oct 2014

Interview With the Owner of Efurd...

Interview With the Owner of Efurd Orchards Efurd Orchards is the largest orchard (that we know of) in our part of Texas. I had the opportunity to speak with one of the owners and a managing employee of the orchards and ask them some questions about their operation. I thought it might be of interest to our readers. I’ve... Read More »
Posted on 09 Oct 2014

Five Useful Organic Pesticides for...

Five Useful Organic Pesticides for Fruit Trees     Almost everyone who grows even just a little fruit wants to use as few chemicals as possible; many of our customers are interested in growing fruit trees organically. We’ve experimented with number products over the years, and here are a few organic solutions for fruit trees that really work:  ... Read More »
Posted on 07 Oct 2014

Five Strange Fruit That You’ve...

Five Strange Fruit That You’ve Probably Never Seen     Here in the temperate region of the United States, we are used to certain types of fruit trees: apples, pears, peaches, plums, figs, and the like. And then there are the natives – everything from muscadines to chinquapins. We occasionally get asked about more exotic fruit and though we... Read More »
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