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This is a popular search topic on my gardening blog so I thought I'd share it here. The way to prevent this is to give your plants the amount of light they require. But when that isn't an option you can always freshen up your plants but taking cuttings and making new plants. If you're happy with the way your plant is growing or looking you can also use this method to propagate them and make more to grow or give away.
October 26, - Author: Eric Hanson. Fruit crops such as apples, cherries, pears, peaches, raspberries and strawberries are common sights in gardens in the Midwest. Several less well known plants also produce edible fruit, and many are attractive to wildlife and have ornamental value. This bulletin provides brief descriptions of the qualities and cultural requirements of several minor fruit plants that are adapted to many areas in the North Central region. Black currants Ribes nigrum , R.