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Bob Flowerdew's Complete Fruit Book (Cathie Kyle, 2001) is worth reading for the recipes and color pictures, even if you don't grow fruit. But if you do, you will find details on history, care and maintenance of the fruit garden instructive and you may be inspired to grow some of the more exotic varieties he describes. Flowerdew writes about normal fruits and nuts from apples to walnuts and everything in between, including unusual fruits like sapodillas and Cornelian cherries. Available from Flora and Fauna Books in Magnolia.
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August 12 2015 11:50:30