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Gardeners can choose form nany kinds of fruit trees for their landscapes. Pears, such as the Kieffer, is a good choice for many areas of the country.
Buckwheat for the Edible Landscape
For gardeners with enough gardening space buckwheat is an excellent small grain crop.
Orient and Passe Crassone Pears
Fruit trees earn their keep. Pears are a good choice for most areas. Here are profiles of several varieties.
Flowering geraniums are a great flowering pot plant for indoors during the winter months as well as being a good outdoor landscape plant.
The limes are among the most popular citrus. These are suitable for home gardens for those living in warm climates.
This history of the Bartlett pear is fascinating. Here are details on its origins and tips on growing the trees and using the fruits.
Buckwheat is easy to grow. This is recommended as a green manure/cover crop and small grain.
More on Asian Pears
It is fairly easy to grow Asian pears. Here are details on planting, pollination, and care.
The kumquat is a unique kind of citrus. This is suitable for home gardens in warm climates. They can also be grown indoors and in greenhouses in pots.
Some Crab Apples for the Edible Landscape
When considering trees for the edible landscape, consider the crabs. These plants offer edible fruits that are used for various culinary purposes.
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