in the Landscape
Many homeowners new to Texas ask which fruits they can grow and why the crops they grew back home aren't abundant here. This publication is designed to give homeowners a brief overview of the fruits that grow well in Texas and the problems that may be encountered with certain others. It is not intended to be an all-inclusive or commercial guide; instead, it is an introduction for homeowners interested in getting started in fruit gardening.
Home fruit culture can be a very demanding but very satisfying enterprise. In the following pages, you will find information on selecting the best varieties for your area, properly managing the trees and plants and controlling problems.
Fruit Gardening in Texas Apples
Peaches, Nectarines And Plums (Stone Fruits)
Tropical And Subtropical Fruits
Selecting the Best Variety by Region
Climate Managing Fruit Crops Controlling Problems Winter Temperatures
Choosing A Fertilizer
Training And Pruning
Major Pecan Pests
Pest Controls For Home Use
Climate | Managing Fruit Crops | Controlling Problems
Fruit Gardening Index
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