Best Tropical Fruits Trees You Can Grow in Southwest Florida

Source: GrowingYourGreens
February 19, 2017

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you FruitScapes Fruit Tree Nursery and the Pine Island Tropical Fruit Market in Southwest Florida.

In this episode, John will give you a tour of the Pine Island Tropical Fruit Market as well as the FruitScapes fruit tree nursery that sells fruit trees that will grow well in Ft Myers, Sarasota, Naples and surrounding areas.

You will discover how this fruit tree nursery propagates some of its trees to “grow money” and some of the best varieties of tropical fruit trees you can grow in this area.

You will also get a quick tour of the Tropical Fruit Market and some of their offerings in the winter.

After watching this episode, you will learn how air layering is used to propagate trees as well as the best more cold tolerant fruit trees you can grow in this area.

How to Grow a Food Forest & Market Garden for Free and Cheap

Source: GrowingYourGreens
February 15, 2017

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a field trip to Planet Claire Farmacy to show you how you can grow a food forest and market garden for free and cheap.

Growing Tomatoes and Cucumbers Indoors UPDATE #3: Hand Pollination // Growing Your Indoor Garden #9

Source: Garden&HomeDIY
February 12, 2017

My tomatoes and cucumbers are growing like crazy indoors! UPDATE: I show you how to hand pollinate and the difference between male and female flowers. Links to all the supplies used in this video are listed below.

The Acclimation or ‘Hardening-off’ Process for Vegetable Seed Starts: The Indoor/Outdoor Method

Source: TheRustedGarden
Gary Pilarchik
February 12, 2017

When you seed start indoors, your future transplants are not use to the UV rays of the sun, the wind or the cold/changing temperatures. You have to slowly transition them to the outdoors over a 7 day period. I discuss 2 methods and a basic routine. However, I can’t give you exact guidelines because our weather patterns and zones vary so much.