“Our mandarin trees in Hawaii had been planted by a previous owner and we never knew which cultivar we had. The trees had been neglected and were stunted but were nevertheless able to regularly produce delectable fruit for us. What a joy it was to walk out into the garden first thing in the morning and harvest a handful of ripe, fragrant, delicious mandarins for breakfast.”  Excerpted from “What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden?” by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth. Timber Press, December, 2013. Click here to pre-order your copy of the book

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