Art of Gardening

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Art of Gardening
I have the most spectacular garden on my balcony. In the springtime, my garden is a riot of color and bursting fragrances. I have many kinds of garden, such as flower-garden, fruit-garden, and the garden of medicinal herbs. On this paper I will be telling you specifically about my favorite fruit garden on how to grow strawberries. I will tell you the history of strawberries, different type of strawberries, how to grow strawberries and tips and warning. Two year ago I wanted to find a great hobby and something interesting to me that will excite me and watch it grow. I bought me strawberry seeds packet. I put them seeds in the big pot and last two springs they began to grow and now they are almost 5feet in height. At first, I thought, I am not a gardener so I do not know if these are weeds or real plants. I have never seen strawberry plants grow so tall. I hate to pull them up in the event they really are a strawberry plant. The leaves look like strawberry. Hahah but they smell like a weed. Well fortunately after two year of watering and mesmerizing my strawberry plant, I do happen to have “green thumb” after all, my strawberry plant now happen to be a small tree. One of the best things about my strawberry tree is that there is something to admire all seasons on my balcony, long, shiny oval leaves contrast beautifully with the cinnamon colored flaking bark on the trunk and branches and the tree in good shape and have bearing huge strawberry fruits that my kids love to pick and eat.

The origin and history of strawberry is a native plant of North America. The name 'strawberry', that it holds is derived from a farmers' practice of mulching the plant with straw. There is one more theory about the origin of the word strawberry. Strawberries being abundant in nature, was not cultivated as a cash-crop. Strawberries strewn among fallen leaves was a common sight in olden days. This might have led to the development of the word strawberry from the...
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