Amit Enventres wrote:Spring: the point in which my cold tolerant seeds/seedlings hit a growth curve great enough to harvest.
Summer: the point in which my cold tolerant crops start to bolt and my cold intolerant seeds can be planted and quickly germinated.
Fall: the point in which it becomes uncomfortable to just hang out outside, but it's not too cold for plants to grow and live, though some have slowed growth curves.
Winter: the time in which plant growth is pretty well null.
Elizabeth Geller wrote:
Q: What is the best way to figure out if two peach trees bloom around the same time?
I would like a dwarf peach tree, but they say that the self-pollinating ones fruit better if there is another one around even if it's a different variety. I'd like to get two varieties to extend the harvest, but they'd need to bloom around the same time. Is the period between bloom and fruit pretty much the same whether the variety is early or late?