Sunday, February 11, 2018

The Old Farmer's Almanac - Growing Soft Fruits for Beginners

6 Proven Strategies to Boost Garden Harvests
Juicy, sweet and oh-so tempting - soft fruits are the last word in homegrown deliciousness. They're also heavy cropping and surprisingly easy to grow.

Growing Soft Fruits for Beginners

If you've never tried growing fruit before, now's the time to get started.
In this short video we show you the best soft fruits for beginners to try, so you too can enjoy tasty treats from your garden.
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