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WINNIPEG ‐ Bob Bors, world-renowned fruit breeder now with the University of Saskatchewan’s fruit program and guest editor of the 2016 Prairie Garden: “I am in awe contemplating the efforts taken over the years to grow better quality fruit on the prairies. Fruit has been under development for about 100 years in the prairies.” 

Edible gardening is currently extremely popular. The 2016 edition of The Prairie Garden will amaze readers with how successful and diverse the current choices for fruit and berry plants are for gardeners on the northern prairies.

 The Prairie Garden is always tailored to and about the exacting demands of our northern climate, this once-a-year publication is written by and for Prairie gardeners and has sold tens of thousands of copies since 1937.

Articles are written by knowledgeable contributors including horticulturalists, plant breeders, researchers and gardening enthusiasts.  Beautiful full-colour photographs are featured throughout.

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The Prairie Garden is a digest sized, soft-covered book published annually by a volunteer committee since 1956 and is dedicated to the advancement of horticulture in the Prairie Provinces.

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