Clip of the Week: Selecting Fruit Trees

January 29, 2010 at 12:00 AM 3 comments

Happy Friday, everyone!  Boy, what a busy week it’s been.  I don’t know about you, but I sure am looking forward to the weekend!

This week’s clip offers some helpful advice on selecting the right fruit tree for your home or garden space.  Do you have any fruit trees?  If so what kind?

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I’d like to take a moment to let you folks know about a few events coming up soon.  This weekend I will be speaking at the Tacoma Home & Garden Show.  You can catch me at the following presentations:

Friday, January 29th; 12:00 PM- “Solutions to Everyday Garden Problems”

Saturday, January 30th; 4:00 PM- “Secrets of Success in Growing Vegetables”

I will also be appearing on my good friend Ciscoe’s radio program, “Gardening with Ciscoe.” You can tune in to KIRO FM 97.3 on Saturday, January 30th from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM.  You can also listen to the program streaming on the web here.

That’s all for now.  Keep your eyes peeled on the right-hand side of our blog, as we should have a detailed list of my future appearances up there in the next week or so.  Have a wonderful weekend, everyone.  Get lots of rest and we’ll see you here on Monday!



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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Mavis  |  January 31, 2010 at 9:54 PM

    HI Ed…I really enjoyed your talk on growing better veggies this past Wednesday at the Tacoma Home and Garden Show. I was wondering when the best time to plant my kale seeds would be. I will be planting them in 1 of my raised garden beds under a row cover. Thanks, Mavis

    • 2. edhume  |  February 1, 2010 at 6:15 PM

      Hi Mavis:
      The best time to sow Kale seeds is when there is little or no chance of frost. Usually this is around mid-to-late March. But, weather varies by seasons, so it could be even earlier or possibly a bit later.
      Hope this information helps!
      Ed Hume

  • […] compliment to last week’s clip, this week we show you how to plant those fruit trees we helped you to pick out.  It can be viewed […]


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