The history of American horticulture begins with the cultivation of fruit and before the Civil War what nurseries sold were fruit plants. Today the fruit we eat is represents a tiny fraction of what was once available, is often unripe, and to add insult to injury had been
rendered seedless. Growing your own fruit is within every gardener’s reach, from the easiest brambles and grapes to the challenge of apples and sweet cherries. Join Roger for a tour of his home garden and learn how to fill your fruit bowl with fruits that you have grown yourself, fruit that tastes better than any you will find in your grocery store.