Kitchen Harvest: A Cook's Guide to Growing Organic Fruit, Vegetables and Herbs in Containers

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Frances Lincoln, 2002 - Container gardening - 143 pages
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This guide shows how you can grow vegetables and fruit, using organic methods,ven if you don't have a garden: all you need is a couple of pots or aindow box. The book explains: which are the best plants for flavour, and foraximum yield in the space available; how to provide the best possibleonditions; and how to plan for a succession of edible plants. Alant-by-plant guide to all the best fruit, vegetables, salads and ediblelowers provides complete cultivation and harvesting details. A selection ofnticing recipes enables you to make the most of your delicious home-grownrops.

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User Review  - justmum - LibraryThing

A pretty book with some practical advice for those starting out growing their own veg a few good recipes. Mostly about container growing so ideal if you don't have a proper garden maybe just a back yard or patio or balcony or roof garden! Read full review

Cant wait to use this book!

User Review  - malibub98 -

I had checked out this book a couple of times over the last couple of years from the library. I could never renew it because there would always be a request for it. It is a fantastic book with ... Read full review

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