Heirloom Vegetables: A Home Gardener's Guide to Finding and Growing Vegetables from the Past
Endorsed by the world-famous Seed Savers Exchange, an international organization for promoting and conserving plant diversity, "Heirloom Vegetables" is an beautifully illustrated, authoritative, and practical guide to growing and preserving more than 350 varieties of old-fashioned edible plants. 62 photos, 42 in color.
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Foreword by Kent Whealy of Seed Savers Exchange page
How to Use the Directory page
alphabetical listings from Beans to Watermelons describing specific varieties
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