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A word of caution 11 janvier 2007
Par Richard Frost - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a very well written book. There are 23 chapters, each devoted to a single fruit or berry -- all of which are considered "lesser known" to at least the American gardening culture. The chapters all contain a lot of information on lore, characteristics, planting, culture, propogation, and harvest.

What is missing are: listings of particular cultivars that do well in certain regions of the country, certain microclimates, etc. Further, little attention is paid to climate in general with the exception of a few references to USDA zones.

Still, I recommend this book to you with the caution: find out (from a grower or a high-quality nursery in your area) which cultivars are known to work in your area. Consider a line drawn from Monterey CA to Jacksonville FL. For those living above this line, the only real concern is which varieties taste better. For those living below this line, you have the additional question of which varieties will bear fruit and actually survive.
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Excellent book! Open your garden to a wonderful range of unique edibles. 8 mars 2006
Par Laurie J. Neverman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Lee Reich has complied a wonderful, detailed listing of "the fruits less planted". His style is very readable and the photos and illustrations compliment the written material very well. Detailed information on plant descriptions, cultivation, propagation and recommended cultivars. His vivid plant descriptions are enough to make your mouth water, and he has purposely focused on fruits that are relatively low maintenance and disease free. Plants also vary in size, so there are options for those who use containers to those who have room for full grown trees. I enjoyed the book very much, and look forward to adding many of these plants to our homestead.
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Almost great 21 mai 2011
Par David R. Kent - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Overall, I thought this book was excellent and contains great information on the uncommon fruits. Specific pruning recommendations for each plant are great because this info is hard to find elsewhere. I'm not giving this book 5 stars because the start of each chapter does not list the zone and size of the described plants. If this information was included, it would be much faster for me to determine which plants I could use without having to scan the chapter or search online.
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Terrific book 29 mai 2009
Par Andriy Palamarchuk - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I got this book a few years ago. It is fun to read, very informative, nicely illustrated. Both my wife and me are still frequently use it and recommend it to other growers. We now have 16 of 23 fruits described in the book. Even for the fruits we knew about we learned a lot of interesting.
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Uncommonly Diffrent Garden Book 2 avril 2009
Par Torgo-San - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mr Reich's book is a great source of inspiration to those who want to do something different in the spaces that God has given them care over. Did you even want a hedge that you can bake a pie from? Would you like to grow a Chinese date in your side yard? Do you want to surprise your neighbors with fruits that they have never heard of? This is the book for you. Buy a copy of this book today and replace that Bradford Pear tree that blew down with a useful, beautiful fruit tree that will put a smile on everyone's face. You might also want to look into Lee's brand new book "Landscaping with Fruit"
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