In warm, dry weather, figs are very easily grown, and remain one of my favorite fruits to grow, harvest, and store (preserved in jams, dried, or frozen for great fruit drinks). They are also very nutritious, low in calories, and a great addition to many dishes! Continue reading
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How to Propagate Roses by Cuttings!
With the dreary days of late Fall here in zone 8b, it is time to propagate roses by making cuttings. With 14 different heirloom roses, I picked a few of my favorites — and my mother gave me one of hers — for propagation by cuttings. Continue reading