The Citrus Guy holding a Buddhas Hand Citron
Most Recent Book Title
Plant Propagation Made Easy
Book Description
This book is NOT an end all, be all, in the world of propagating plants. I generally will be covering the basics. Every species of plant is different, your growing conditions will be different, your knowledge of plants will be different, even the time and money that you have to spend will be different. My best advice for you, after you read this book, you can experiment with plants you have. Take one of them and try as many different approaches as you can. Some will work, some may not. Then, go to some of the heavy reading material and get a little more in-depth about the plant(s) you want to play with. My total intention of writing this is to lessen the anxiety you may have when it comes to plant propagation, without a whole bunch of big words or crazy procedures. That will all come later.
Additional Book Titles
How To Grow Citrus Practically Anywhere
A Beginners Guide to Lowcountry Gardening & Landscaping
Location (city/state/country)
North Charleston, SC USA
Author bio
Darren Sheriff is originally from New Jersey, which he kindly asks, not to hold against him. He has been interested in plants of all kinds since childhood, even helping his mother with her garden and having his own at the age of 5.
He not only works as the manager at Terra Bella Garden Center, but he is also a Certified Professional Nurseryman in the state of South Carolina, a Charleston County Master Gardener, founder and current president of the Lowcountry Fruit Growers
Society and started the Lowcountry Power Brass band as their leader, Bass Trombone and Tuba player.
Affectionately known as The Citrus Guy because of the 60+ Citrus trees he grows, he actually has more than 3 times that many Camellias, topping the 200+ mark and is the President, & show chairman of the Coastal Carolina Camellia Society. Add to that he is the American Camellia Society South Carolina State Director.
Professional Speaker Topics
Fruit Growing
Anything Horticultural
Oddball Fruit
Growing Food in Containers
Fall Planting
IPM Practices

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