Dwarf Fruit Trees

Frank Albert WAUGH (1869 - 1943)

This book is a handbook for the home orchardist. The propagation, pruning, choice of variety, and management of dwarf fruit trees, specifically apples, pears, peaches, and plums, are outlined. In addition, there is a section on berry bushes. It is geared towards gardeners in the United States of America and Canada. - Summary by A. Gramour

Genre(s): Nature, Reference, Gardening

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:02:22
Play 01 General Considerations Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:06:39
Play 02 Advantages and Disadvantages Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:19:22
Play 03 Propagation Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:14:53
Play 04 Pruning Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:08:46
Play 05 Special Forms Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:10:19
Play 06 General Management Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:14:40
Play 07 Dwarf Apples Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:18:48
Play 08 Dwarf Pears Kathleen Moore
00:07:07
Play 09 Dwarf Peaches Kathleen Moore
00:07:10
Play 10 Dwarf Plums Kathleen Moore
00:11:58
Play 11 Bush Fruits Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:06:45
Play 12 Fruit Trees in Pots Devorah Allen
00:06:39
Play 13 Personalia Ian Bradford Ngotngotaha Pugh
00:19:46