Our latest YouTube video shares a cool hack that will increase your apple tree production in the years to come. Christy shows you a simple trick that will cause new…
Our guest this week on the Podcast, Jose Ramirez, was featured recently in the LA Times for his home orchard. He transformed a weedy patch of land into a low-water, fruit-filled paradise.
On the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week we chat with Dan Lambe, the CEO of The Arbor Day Foundation. Dan shares his knowledge of how important trees are for the continuation of life on earth.
Our guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week is Greg Peterson of The Urban Farm in Phoenix, Arizona. Greg is a permaculturist and green living innovator specializing in urban sustainability and growing food on dry lands.
A question came in to Ask Gardenerd about a lemon tree grown from seed. We explore whether that's a good idea or not.
Every once in awhile we get a question or comment from a fruit gardener that their citrus fruit tastes terrible. This week, Paul Marini wrote in to Ask Gardenerd with a different question that is related: "I know the Meyer lemon tree is a combination of lemon and mandarin orange. I am pretty sure there are orange branches growing out of the bottom half [of my tree]. Is it OK to leave them on, or should I cut them off?"
This week a question came in to Ask Gardenerd about controlling leaf miners and leaf rollers on citrus trees. We'll explore the options to solve the issue.
We've been using a trick to help clients fix most citrus tree problems for more than a decade. You'll find it in Christy's new book, Grow Your Own Mini Fruit Garden, but we decided to give you a sneak peak in this week's video.
Our guest this week is Manju Kumar of the Sarvodaya Institute. She shares her philosophy about gardening and her favorite sub-tropical and tropical fruits to grow.
This week's guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast is Tom Spellman of Dave Wilson Nursery. He shares his best tips for growing fruit trees for a successive harvest over several months up to year-round.