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3 Step Vegetable Gardening
by Steve Mercer
Many people would love to enjoy eating super-fresh homegrown produce but don't know how. Starting with what varieties to plant through how to tend their garden and when and how to harvest the fruits of their labors, this book is the complete vegetable gardening system for busy people. The book breaks things down into three simple steps: sow, grow, and harvest.
All New Square Foot Gardening
by Mel Bartholomew
Do you know what the best feature is in "All New Square Foot Gardening?" Sure, there are ten new features in this all-new, updated book. Sure, it's even simpler than it was before. Of course, you don't have to worry about fertilizer or poor soil ever again because you'll be growing above the ground. But, the best feature is that anyone, anywhere can enjoy a square foot garden. Children, adults with limited mobility, even complete novices can achieve spectacular results.
Grow Vegetables
by Alan Buckingham
Home-grown vegetables are fresh, healthy, and inexpensive. This book is a manual for growing your own, whether on your balcony, in your apartment, or in a garden, large or small. Even if you have only a few hours a week, "Grow Vegetables" teaches you the tools and methods you need to produce your own vegetables.
More Food from Small Spaces : Growing Denser, Deeper, Higher, Longer Gardens
by Margaret Park
Denser: the center square plan -- Deeper: the fertile soil base for intensive planting -- Higher: training plants upward -- Longer: strategies for extending the growing season -- Seed saving: having ample seed stocks -- Some solutions for common garden problems -- Making food last.
The Four Season Farm Gardener's Cookbook : From the Garden to the Table in 120 Recipes
by Barbara Damrosch
Pt. 1. The garden -- Introduction: why grow your own food -- The soil -- The layout -- The crops: what to grow -- The crops: how to grow -- Making it easy -- Pt. 2. The kitchen -- Introduction: cooking the harvest -- Appetizers and sandwiches -- Soups -- Salads and dressings -- Egg dishes -- Pasta, grains, and legumes -- Summer vegetables -- Cooking greens -- Roots, tubers, and other keepers -- Meat and seafood dishes -- Desserts.
The Wildlife-Friendly Vegetable Gardener : How to Grow Food in Harmony with Nature
by Tammi Hartung
Rethinking our relationships with nature -- Encouraging friends in the underground -- Garden elements that welcome wildlife -- Attracting pollinators and beneficial predators -- Creating habitats for wildlife -- Smart strategies for peaceful coexistence -- Blocking access for unwelcome guests -- Designing wildlife-friendly food gardens.
Time Saving Gardener: Tips and Essential Tasks, Season by Season
by Carolyn Hutchinson
A practical how-to reference designed for busy gardeners who can venture into their gardens for only a few hours a week. It shows how to make the best possible use of gardening time and identifies the truly essential tasks that need to be done. Entries are organized by season and then by task, making routine jobs and special projects easy to find.Also features step-by-step work sequences, detailed how-to illustrations, concise easy-to-follow instructions, informative sidebars and valuable tips, season-by-season projects, and a directory of easy-care plants.
Updated 03/11/2014
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