The Edible Asian Garden

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Periplus, 2000 - Cooking - 106 pages
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With gorgeous, four-color photographs, and simple yet authoritative text, award-winning author Rosalind Creasy offers four new volumes in her popular Edible Garden series, each featuring helpful hints, expert gardening techniques, delicious recipes, and interviews with master gardeners and renowned chefs.

From the other side of the world to your own backyard, Ros brings the succulent vegetables of Asia into American gardens to help you grow bok choy, bamboo shoots, and many other Asian delicacies. From there, learn delicious, modern, easy recipes to make from the fruits of your Asian gardens.

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The Edible Asian Garden page
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Appendices page
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Pest and Disease
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About the author (2000)

During the 1975 California drought, Robert Kourik created a primitive drip system, and since then he has continued to innovate using the latest technologies. He has written 10 instructional books advocating sustainable gardening, edible landscaping, and a healthy lifestyle, including Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape and All Climates, now in its second edition (2009), and Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape Naturally (2005), later published in a paperback edition as Roots Demystified (2007). He lives in Occidental, California.

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