Heirloom vegetables: a home gardener's guide to finding and growing vegetables from the past

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Fireside Books, Feb 1, 1998 - Gardening - 191 pages
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Endorsed by the world-famous Seed Savers Exchange, an international organization for promoting and conserving plant diversity, "Heirloom Vegetables" is an beautifully illustrated, authoritative, and practical guide to growing and preserving more than 350 varieties of old-fashioned edible plants. 62 photos, 42 in color.

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Contents

Foreword by Kent Whealy of Seed Savers Exchange page
7
How to Use the Directory page
100
alphabetical listings from Beans to Watermelons describing specific varieties
169
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About the author (1998)

Sue Stickland is a top organic gardener who lives and works in the English county of Shropshire. She is author of many best selling gardening books including the highly rated Organic Gardening. Back Garden Seed Saving is the result of her work for the nationwide Heritage Seed Search, instigated by the Henry Doubleday Research Association, Britain's foremost organic gardening association.

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