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Bare Root Fruit Tree Myths

It’s winter and that means it’s time to plant our Bare root fruit trees. There are many myths surrounding the planting of fruit trees. Today I’m going to dispel those myths and we’ll talk about the truth about how to plant your bare root fruit trees. Myth number one, when planting through trees you need […]

How to Rejuvenate Old Fruit Trees

Do you have an old, neglected fruit tree in your yard and you’re not sure what to do with it? Well here’s the good news, you can renovate it and start enjoying that heirloom fruit again, I’ll show you how. Before you begin you’ll need to decide if the tree is worth saving. Does it […]

The Journey of Our Bare Root Fruit Trees

Hi I’m Tricia an organic gardener. I grow organically, for healthy and safe food supply, for clean and sustainable environment, for an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Hi I’m Tricia and I’m here with Phil Purcell from Dave Wilson nursery and today’s the day we’re getting our giant shipment of bareroot trees from your company. Yes. […]

How to Plant a Bare Root Fruit Tree in Your Garden or Orchard

Hi, I’m Tricia, a California organic gardener. January usually means New Year’s resolutions to most people. To me it means it’s time to plant a bare root fruit tree! Come join me, I’ll show you how! I’m going to dig a round, saucer shaped hole. I’ve traditionally planted my trees in a hole about twice […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Greenhouses

Hi I’m Tricia, an organic gardener I grow organically for a healthy and safe food supply for a clean and sustainable environment for an enjoyable and rewarding experience Greenhouses are a great asset they’re great for growing all year round for propagating and for tender plants Today we’re going to talk about greenhouse types so […]

Raising Cane | Texas Sugarcane

The sweetest crop in Texas. Sugarcane. Only grown in the Rio Grande Valley. Bryce Wilde and his family are some of the few farmers left raising cane in Texas. Making the state a little sweeter. I love growing sugarcane because it really is sweet. We can drive around on the turn row and cut a […]

How to Treat Peach Leaf Curl in Your Organic Orchard

Hi, I’m Tricia, an organic gardener. I grow organically for a healthy and safe food supply. For a clean and sustainable environment. For an enjoyable and rewarding experience. If you grow nectarines or peaches, then you’re probably familiar with public enemy number one for stone fruit growers. Peach leaf curl! The unsightly red crinkling of […]