Gardeners' World Vegetables for Small Gardens

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BBC Books, 1993 - Gardening - 128 pages
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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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Lynda Brown is an acknowledged authority on organic food. Her best-selling book The Shopper's Guide to Organic Food has become a standard reference. A winner of the prestigious Glenfiddich Cookery Writer of the Year award, Lynda writes regularly on organic farming and foods issues and acts as an organic advisor. She is familiar to many through her television and radio broadcasts in the UK.

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