Easy-Step Vegetables: Complete How-to Instructions for Building A Deck
Rich ripe tomatoes. Crisp green cucumbers. Crunchy peppers and carrots, zucchini and potatoes. Enjoy the bounty of the earth by growing a harvest of vegetables--and save yourself money, as well! The freshness and taste, as well as the increased nutrition, will soon have you experimenting both in the garden and in the kitchen. Try different varieties, or focus on one or two vegetables for canning or freezing. Get advice on: * landscaping with vegetables: do you want them in a separate patch or mixed in with other plants? * planting, picking crops, and drawing a plan. * preparing the soil by testing and cultivating it. * setting up a record-keeping system. * making sure the vegetables are healthy and free of bugs and disease. * keeping away hungry animals. You'll never buy vegetables again! Sterling 64 pages (all in color), 5 1/4 x 8 7/8.
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