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Growing Tasty Tropical Plants

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Like lemons, limes, citrons, grapefruit, kumquats, sunquats, tahitian oranges, barbados cherries, figs, guavas, dragon fruit, miracle berries, olives, passion fruit, coffee, chocolate, tea, black pepper, cinnamon, vanilla and more

by Byron E. Martin and Laurelynn G. Martin

A great indoor gardening project for the kids! Enjoy fresh juice from the orange tree growing in a sunny corner of your living room, or squeeze a home-grown lime into your favorite beverage. Learn how to successfully plant, grow and harvest 47 varieties of tropical fruiting plants — in any climate! This straightforward, easy-to-use guide brings everything from citrus to peppercorn plants right from the tropics and into your home. With plenty of gorgeous foliage, entrancing fragrances and luscious fruits, homegrown food has never been more exotic.

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  • Paperback, 160 pages

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Stark Bro's Store
I want to learn how to grow lemons in our climate!
Febe C on Mar 8, 2019
I want to learn how to grow lemons in our climate!
Febe C on Mar 8, 2019

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Helpful, interesting.
Easy to read, great information. I wish it covered even more citrus and tropical fruits.
February 21, 2019
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