Let's Grow Something Weird 

Carrying on Luther Burbank's legacy, the Rare Fruit Growers exist at horticulture's edge of experimentalism

"This is an amazing world when you get into plants," says Phil Pieri, approaching a Japanese raisin tree. "This tree produces a flower, kind of a long-stemmed thing. When you pick the flower and eat it, it tastes just like raisins." A…

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