The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Food 365 Days a Year, No Matter Where You Live

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Storey Publishing, Dec 14, 2011 - Gardening - 256 pages
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Even in winter’s coldest months you can harvest fresh, delicious produce. Drawing on insights gained from years of growing vegetables in Nova Scotia, Nikki Jabbour shares her simple techniques for gardening throughout the year. Learn how to select the best varieties for each season, the art of succession planting, and how to build inexpensive structures to protect your crops from the elements. No matter where you live, you’ll soon enjoy a thriving vegetable garden year-round.
 

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I enjoy the part about the vegetable and the time to plant them and stagger them for a year round garden. But if you are reading how to set up your garden, she assumes you have a lot of money to spend at the start. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
PART 1 Stretching the Growing Seasons
3
PART 2 Growing the Right Crops
95
APPENDIXES
227
RESOURCES
236
INDEX
238
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About the author (2011)

Niki Jabbour is the award-winning, best-selling author of The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener and Groundbreaking Food Gardens. She’s a food gardener and edibles expert who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her work is found in Fine Gardening, Garden Making, Birds & Blooms, Horticulture and other publications, and she speaks widely on food gardening at events and shows across North America. Niki is also the award-winning host and creator of The Weekend Gardener radio show, which has been airing weekly since 2008. Find her online at SavvyGardening.com. 
 

Award-winning photographer Joseph De Sciose is an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in numerous books and magazines, including The New York Times Magazine, Country Living Gardener, House & Garden, and Country Home.

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