My Nectarines Won't Grow?

Answer Known botanically as Prunus persica nectarina, the nectarine tree is a peach tree sub-species that thrives in moist, sunny locations in U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) plant hardiness zones 6... Read More »

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How to Grow Nectarines?

Nectarines are similar to peaches in how they taste and how they are grown. The only easily observable difference is that nectarines have smooth skin, whereas peaches have a light fuzz. Follow the ... Read More »

Can you grow nectarines on the US west coast?

Yes, because we usually (in California) get lots of sun. You can grow fruit mostly anywhere.

My plant wont grow! Help?

ok the plant is not broken. Where you are going wrong is the constant staring, you are making the plant nervous man. It's the equivalent of a watched pot not boiling..

Tomato and pepper seedlings wont grow right.?

I grow over 500 species of Capsicum (peppers). First, do what I did when I started: join one of the worldwide, great, exciting Chili forums! I am a member of several of them. There, we even exchang... Read More »