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fruit plants kashmir

Fruit plants of KashmirTaxus Persimmon, Wild Blue Persimmon tree,Apple tree, Apricort fruit  tree , Kiwi fruit  plant, Goji berry plant, Ginkgo biloba seed , Almond tree, Peach tree, Pear fruit  tree, Amlok fruit tree, Howthorne berrie...
by JKMPIC on Dec 8, 2016

kashmir fruit plant trees

World famous Kashmiri Apple on Tree in KashmirRead more :-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPbJ0Acaln0buy apple tree, buy apricort tree ,buy kiwi plant, buy goji berry tree, buy ginkgo biloba tree , buy almond tree, peach tree sale , pear tree sa...
by JKMPIC on May 8, 2016

How To Grow A Mango Tree From Seed

Mangoes can be grown from seeds and grafting. Mango plants from the garden nursery are usually grafted and will fruit within 3-4 years. Mango tree grown from seeds may take larger, 5-7 years.The seedling mango trees have stronger root system and grow...
by Organic Gardening on Mar 28, 2016

How to Plant, Grow and Care Guava Plants

Guava (Botanical name : Psidium guajava) is a tropical tree, producing sweet fruits which are eaten as a fruit or used as an ingredient in drinks, smoothies and desserts.Learn how to grow guava from seeds, cuttings and layering in pots and ground.Gua...
by Organic Gardening on Oct 10, 2015

How to Grow and Care Guava Plants

Guava (Botanical name : Psidium guajava) is a tropical tree, producing sweet fruits which are eaten as a fruit or used as an ingredient in drinks, smoothies and desserts.Learn how to grow guava from seeds, cuttings and layering in pots and ground.Gua...
by Organic Gardening on Oct 10, 2015

Growing Guava Plants How To Grow And Care

Guava (Botanical name : Psidium guajava) is a tropical tree, producing sweet fruits which are eaten as a fruit or used as an ingredient in drinks, smoothies and desserts.The common names are guava, amrood, jamphal, goiaba, guayaba, djamboe, djambu, g...
by Organic Gardening on Oct 10, 2015

Fig Trees Through History

The Amazing History of the Fig Tree The most famous Biblical reference to figs is that, in which Jesus cursed a fig tree for not producing any fruit for him as he passed by, a curse that killed the fig tree. (Matt 21:18) The Jewish King, Hezekiah, wa...
by Minnie-Online.co.za on Sep 12, 2015

How To Grow and Care Papaya From Seeds

Papaya (Carica papaya L.) grows in tropical and subtropical regions. It is a large single stem plant whose trunk is soft and does not have a bark.Follow the step-by-step guide on how to grow papaya in pots and in ground from seeds.Papayas are easy to...
by Organic Gardening on Sep 2, 2015

How To Grow Papaya: Growing Papaya From Seeds

Papaya (Carica papaya L.) grows in tropical and subtropical regions. It is a large single stem plant whose trunk is soft and does not have a bark.Papayas are easy to grow from seeds, but needs proper care to get good fruits. In general, to grow papay...
by Organic Gardening on Sep 2, 2015

Banana Tree Not Flowering

Some people complain that their banana plants are not flowering and fruiting . It may be due to several reasons. Getting a banana tree to flowering and fruiting may be possible if you consider the following tips for encouraging the tree to flower.How...
by Organic Gardening on Aug 18, 2015

Fertilizer For Banana Tree

The banana plant is a heavy feeder. Use a fertilizer high in potassium to feed the tree. Nitrogen and potassium deficiencies are the two most common nutritional problems for bananas.Feed your banana tree regularly to get bigger bananas.I feed my bana...
by Organic Gardening on Aug 14, 2015

Grants for Planting Trees

There are many reasons why everyone should seriously consider planting trees and/or making gardens. It is great that the global warming awareness has improved dramatically over the last few years, making more and more people aware of the importance o...
by Start Grants on Jun 9, 2015

Curled Leaves On Citrus Plant

My lime tree which is about 7 years old, is quite green and healthy. Every year it gives me over 100 big size limes.  The citrus tree does not demand a lot of attention except regular watering and fertilization 2-3 times a year.Citrus Leaf Curli...
by Organic Gardening on Apr 29, 2015

Four Fabulous Plum Recipes

As I mentioned in a previous post, January was the month of the plum in the Rosehips and Rhubarb household. Our two plum trees, a Satsuma planted not long after we moved here in March 2010 and a Mariposa planted just 18 months ago, decided that this...
by Rosehips and Rhubarb on Feb 12, 2015

Maggie Beer’s Plum Sauce

In my quest for a plum sauce recipe to use up some of the abundant blood plums in my garden, I searched numerous cookbooks and websites.  I even put out a request on Facebook. In the end I went with a recipe published by Maggie Beer in Maggie’...
by Rosehips and Rhubarb on Jan 17, 2015

Blood Plum Jam

When I planted a satsuma plum tree five years ago I had visions of jars of scarlet, glowing jam and plum pies oozing blood red juice. Missing from my vision was the amount of effort involved in slicing and cooking and bottling hundreds of plums.  Wh...
by Rosehips and Rhubarb on Jan 12, 2015

Our January Garden: Messy but Productive

I have to confess that my January garden is a bit of a mess.  The festive season left very little time for gardening and since then we’ve been away in Goolwa, leaving the garden to its own devices. Thankfully, it’s a productive mess.  A...
by Rosehips and Rhubarb on Jan 4, 2015

Bonsai Fruit Trees

bonsai fruit trees. You are welcome to Beautiful Gardening Tips , Ideas and Design your Home. Many individuals have been using online for locating facts, tips, posts or other research for their purposes. Like everyone else are. Do you come here to ob...

Apricot Jam

Along with apricot and almond crumble, I made a large batch of apricot jam with Rosalie’s magnificent apricots. Never having made apricot jam before, I couldn’t understand why most recipes tell you to mix apricot stone kernels in with the...
by Rosehips and Rhubarb on Dec 5, 2014

Apricot and Almond Crumble

In the back corner of my friend Rosalie’s garden is the biggest apricot tree you have ever seen.  It’s taller than her shed and as wide as a small house.  One side was hit by lightning some years ago but kept on growing; bent, gnarly bu...
by Rosehips and Rhubarb on Dec 4, 2014


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