Gardeners' World Vegetables for Small Gardens
Moving away from the traditional kitchen-garden approach with rows and rows of vegetables, this book focuses on vegetables that are particularly suited to a small garden and easy to grow, and varieties which are full of flavour or expensive to buy. The aim is not self-sufficiency, but to complement shop-bought produce with what can be grown.
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