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

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Frances Lincoln, Apr 1, 2007 - Gardening - 143 pages
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This manual shows how you can grow vegetables and fruit, using organic methods, even if you don't have a garden: all you need is a couple of pots or a window box. The author explores which are the best plants for flavour, and for maximum yield in the space available; how to provide the best possible conditions; and how to plan for a succession of edible plants. A plant-by-plant guide to the best fruit, vegetables, salads and edible flowers provides cultivation and harvesting details, and a selection of recipes enables you to make the most of your home-grown crops.

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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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User Review  - Suvi - Goodreads

I didn't really like this book, it didn't offer much. You can find the same thing on the back of the seed packet. Berry simply says the conditions that different vegetables and plants require. Read full review

About the author (2007)

SUSAN BERRY (London) has written 10 gardening books and edited the bestselling The Green Tapesty and The Flower Garden. STEVEN WOOSTER (London) specializes in the photography of gardens and plants.

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