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Situated on what most considered to be an unremarkable parcel of land compromised by both natural and municipal zoning limitations, architect Brent Kendle, AIA, LEED AP of Kendle Design Coll...
What are your recommendations on growing Desert Gold, Mid Pride, May Pride, and Florida prince? Are these good verities for the valley? (I know you mentioned Florida prince is but what about the others?)
What about in the Verde Valley? Will these grow in the Sedona area? TY
Are there any fruit trees that you would not plant next to a house or other foundation?
Good video. Be careful not to go too deep. I go a little deeper here, but only to remove some of the larger caliche…breaking thru that layer for better drainage. But I backfill with largely native soil. I also use less amendments—most of it on the top, as nature does it. Before you backfill, you can circle the whole with a thin layer of Hydrogen Peroxide. It will later minorly "assist" the roots to break out of that hole into the native soil. But I agree with the width, at minimum. Everyone gets it wrong, though. It's Flordaprince . Not Florida Prince. No "i"
Another great video Thank you
My father taught me the same. He said “$20.00 tree $40.00 hole”.
That's a very good peach variety. Great video.
I've been looking for a Florida Prince in Tucson. Where can I get one?? I'd be willing to go to PHX if necessary!
Great video. I bought a Florida prince and beauty plum based on your previous videos. Both doing wonderfully.
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