Goldcot Apricot  An apricot variety that can withstand cold winters. Researchers bred this tree in Michigan's snow belt, so you can depend on its hardiness, vigor and production consistency, even in areas with lower-temperature climates. The fruit has a deep, tangy flavor — perfect for fresh eating or canning. Ripens in early July. Self-pollinating.

Goldcot Apricot An apricot variety that can withstand cold winters. Researchers bred this tree in Michigan's snow belt, so you can depend on its hardiness, vigor and production consistency, even in areas with lower-temperature climates. The fruit has a deep, tangy flavor — perfect for fresh eating or canning. Ripens in early July. Self-pollinating.

梅 (Ume, Japanese flowering apricot, Prunus mume) - Hardy early bloomer ... can bloom in January or February in U.S. climate zones 7 & 8.

梅 (Ume, Japanese flowering apricot, Prunus mume) - Hardy early bloomer ... can bloom in January or February in U.S. climate zones 7 & 8.

Pawpaw; Michigan banana (Asimina triloba ) - good information

Pawpaw; Michigan banana (Asimina triloba ) - good information

High-Altitude Orchard, Part I. How to grow fruit at 8,600. Challenges and successes in a cold climate.

High-Altitude Orchard, Part I. How to grow fruit at 8,600. Challenges and successes in a cold climate.

BULLS BLOOD BEET (50 DAYS)  (HEIRLOOM) - Pinetree Garden Seeds - Vegetables,Herbs  - 1

Bulls Blood Beet (50 Days, Heirloom)

BULLS BLOOD BEET (50 DAYS) (HEIRLOOM) - Pinetree Garden Seeds - Vegetables,Herbs - 1

Your garden's success is, in large part, based on planting suitable crops for your climate. Here, we'll focus on Zone 5 plantings. Some major US cities that fall in USDA Zone 5 are Chicago, Illinois, Cleveland, Ohio, Detroit, Michigan, Minneapolis,...

USDA Zone 5 Gardening

Your garden's success is, in large part, based on planting suitable crops for your climate. Here, we'll focus on Zone 5 plantings. Some major US cities that fall in USDA Zone 5 are Chicago, Illinois, Cleveland, Ohio, Detroit, Michigan, Minneapolis,...

"Dwarfed FRUIT TREES take up much less space than standard trees in a dooryard orchard and are easier to care for and harvest. One of the simplest techniques of dwarfing a fruit tree is to use the open center method. In this method, judicious pruning practices limit the growth of the tree and also balance vegetative vigor with fruit production. Many varieties of fruit trees, including apples, pears, peaches, apricots, citrus, and cherries, respond well to this method."

How to Dwarf a Fruit Tree

"Dwarfed FRUIT TREES take up much less space than standard trees in a dooryard orchard and are easier to care for and harvest. One of the simplest techniques of dwarfing a fruit tree is to use the open center method. In this method, judicious pruning practices limit the growth of the tree and also balance vegetative vigor with fruit production. Many varieties of fruit trees, including apples, pears, peaches, apricots, citrus, and cherries, respond well to this method."

How to freeze mulberries...just discovered that the tree in the backyard is a mulberry tree and it is dropping fruit all over the place...need to use them somehow :)

How to Freeze Mulberries

How to freeze mulberries...just discovered that the tree in the backyard is a mulberry tree and it is dropping fruit all over the place...need to use them somehow :)

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