Growing Fruit in Northern Gardens
Our cold climate has long posed a challenge for gardeners interested in fruit. Now renowned horticultural author Sara Williams and co-author Dr Bob Bors, Director of the Fruit Program at the University of Saskatchewan, have put their expertise together in one book: Growing Fruit in Northern Gardens.
Bob Bors has been a professor in the Plant Science Department at the University of Saskatchewan since 1999. He teaches classes on Fruit Science, Plant Propagation, Greenhouse management, Biotechnology and Introduction to Horticulture.
Sara Williams is a well-known author on all matters horticulture, a founding member of the Saskatchewan Perennial Society and also has been involved with University of Saskatchewan Master Gardener Program for many years.
These two experts bring years of hands-on experience in the creation of this wonderful book which takes you from the basics to different fruit varieties grown on the prairies to pests and disease control.
Growing Fruit in Northern Gardens is beautifully illustrated, a great guide to growing fruits here on the prairies.
The book is available at McNally Robinson.