The Chef's Garden
Terence Conran combines his passion for quality cooking ingredients with his flair for design in this guide to creating productive kitchen gardens, even in difficult locations like tiny urban backyards or window ledges. With 100 container plants, Conran's garden designs, and eighteen simple recipes, this book shows how a well-designed kitchen garden can both look and taste good.
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