Gardeners' World 101 - Grow to Eat Ideas: Planting recipes that taste as good as they look

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Random House, Oct 27, 2016 - Cooking - 216 pages
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There's nothing better than the taste of home-grown fruit and veg. It has flavour and freshness that no supermarket produce could ever hope to beat. Whether you've grown your own all your life or are just getting into gardening, Gardeners' World 101 Grow to Eat Ideas is packed with inspiration. There are ideas for growing salads, fruit, herbs and vegetables. You don't even need a garden to enjoy our planting recipes for pots that taste as good as they look as they'll do equally well on a windowsill as a patio.

You'll never eat tasteless fruit and veg again with Gardeners' World 101 Grow to Eat Ideas.

Gardeners' World Magazine is Britain's biggest selling gardening magazine, providing fresh ideas and clear advice every month. From plants and flowers to gardens and design, allotments and kitchen gardens to shopping guides and tried and tested reviews, Gardeners' World Magazine features the top names in BBC gardening, such as Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Carol Klein and the Gardeners' Question Time team. Find out more at www.gardenersworld.com

 

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Contents

Containers
8
Fruit
32
Greenhouse
64
Herbs
86
Salads
124
Vegetables
148
Index
210
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After falling in love with gardening as a little girl, Ceri has been lucky enough to pursue her passion as a career. She studied horticulture at the University of Reading and the Royal Horticultural Society's garden in Wisley, Surrey before joining Practical Gardening magazine as a garden writer. This led her to work as a writer at Gardeners' World Magazine and as an editor at bbc.co.uk/gardening and Easy Gardening magazine.

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