Volume 39, No. 2 - March & April 2007
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- A Visit With Bernard King
- On one of his many fruit-finding trips to exotic parts of the world, Maurice Kong
stopped off for a few days in New Zealand to visit Bernard King, a longtime friend
of CRFG and himself a contributor to the Fruit Gardener. Bernard grows some very
interesting plants, and of course has friends who do so as well. Read on and see.
- 2006 Fruit Shoot Winners
- Once again Emory Walton has conducted a successful photo competition and at the
end selected the winners. The colorful results are displayed in the center spread.
- How-To: Make a Custom Planting Container
- Duane Wieden needed tall pots for growing seedling rootstocks of species that develop
long taproots. The solution he came up with certainly met his needs; it is cost effective
up front, as he explains, and makes for fairly easy planting out. Besides the
method’s efficacy, its simplicity is truly stunning, and offers other benefi ts as well.
- The Source of Chocolate
- By now, many readers know they are in for some interesting information when they
see Felipe Osborne Shea’s byline. Felipe certainly doesn’t disappoint with this story.
It is likely that many will know a lot more about chocolate upon reaching the end.
- A Little Bit More About the Eugenias
- Evan Marks picks up on the Eugenia articles in the January & February 2005 issue
with a closer look at two of those species. Known in Costa Rica and regionally as
Arazá and Victoriana, these two fruits are prized as juice coolers in summertime.
- News & Notices
Book Reviews (TWO ON BRAZILIAN TROPICALS)
Classified and Display Advertising Information
CRFG Services and Contact Information
CRFG Subscription Information & Form
Fruit Shoot 2007 Announcement & Rules
- Ask the Experts–MOSTLY ABOUT MUSCADINES
- Back to the Future–MANGOS FROM SEED
- Container Gardening–DARK WINTER DOLDRUMS
- CRFG Kitchen–MANGOS, THE FRUIT OF FRIENDSHIP
- Fruit Forum
- Jamming with Jamlady–THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
- Organic Gardening–TRANSITIONING TO ORGANIC
- President's Message
- Seed Bank
- The Marketplace CRFG
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