Organic Gardening for the 21st Century

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Frances Lincoln, 2001 - Organic gardening - 288 pages
3 Reviews
A comprehensive guide to organic gardening, explaining that it is not justow you grow that makes a successful organic garden - what you grow is alsomportant. The book promotes vegetables that were developed before the use ofesticides and fertilizers, and shows the reader how to bring togetherractical and ornamental elements in the garden. Highlighting the benefits ofrganic gardening and covering soil and compost, planning and working therganic gardens, and featuring an illustrated directory of vegetables, fruitnd herbs, the volume should be useful for both beginners and experiencedardeners alike.

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User Review  - mysigp226 - LibraryThing

This book just doesn’t cut it when compared to other similar text like Rodale’s Illustrated Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening There is nothing particularly wrong with the book. It has the requisite ... Read full review

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User Review  - LeAnn - Goodreads

Informative book about organic gardening (both flower and vegetable). Beautiful pictures and helpful information. Read full review

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