Allotment Gardening

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Ebury Publishing, 2012 - Gardening - 96 pages
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How to get the most from your garden plot

An allotment can be a source of abundant fresh fruit and vegetables for the home, as well as an oasis of calm for all the family to enjoy, but taking one on can be an intimidating prospect. Alan Titchmarsh makes it easy with easy-to-follow, practical information and advice on what to grow, when to harvest, and how to store your produce. He instructs readers on how to assess a plot and work with what you've got, and provides advice on layout and crop rotation. He also provides expert guidance on care and maintenance; a directory of vegetables, fruit, and herbs; and a easonal calendar of what to do when.

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About the author (2012)

Alan Titchmarsh is the author of more than 40 gardening books, including How to Be a Gardener, The Gardener's Year, The Royal Gardeners, and the volume of memoirs Trowel and Error. He has twice been named Gardening Writer of the Year and in 2004 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Garden Writers' Guild.

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