If youAre interested in growing your own fruits and vegetables, youAve joined the ranks of a blossoming group of DIY gardeners who place a premium on the idea of self-reliance. But like any other kind of gardening, growing edibles is not a one-size-fits-all pursuit: in order to be successful, youAll need to know not only which plants grow well in your state or region, but also how to grow them with careful methods and a schedule that caters specifically to your local microclimate. Fortunately for you, Mid-Atlantic Fruit a Vegetable Gardening is written exclusively for gardeners who want to grow edibles in Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., or New Jersey. Author Katie Elzer-Peters, the master gardener responsible for our bestselling BeginnerAs Illustrated Guide to Gardening (2012), equips you with all the information you need to design your edible garden, tend the soil, maintain your plants throughout their life cycles, andAmost importantlyAharvest the delicious foods they produce. So whether you live in the Delaware Valley, in the Beltway, on the Jersey Shore, or anywhere else in the Mid-Atlantic United States, youAll discover the best fruit and vegetable plants for your garden in this beautiful step-by-step how-to guide . . . and theyAll be on your table before you know it.Nuts are the fruits of the trees that bear them, just like a zucchini squash is the fruit of a zucchini plant, and a tomato is the fruit of a tomato ... The diagrams, care instructions, and other general information in this section that refers to afruit treesa is also ... Most fruit trees need full sun in order to produce well. ... If you purchase online, these plants should be labeled for growing specifically in the Mid-Atlantic.
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