Grow Something to Eat Every Day Hardback
Plan your plot and put something home-grown on the table 365 days a year From growing vegetables and plants to herbs and fruit, Grow Something to Eat Everyday is the ultimate grow-to-eat manual with simple, comprehensive tips and advice on what to grow when - in a handy month-by-month format.
An opener gallery shows you what to grow for each month as well as what is ready for eating with extra tips on storing and preserving.
Worried about the winter months? Don't be; this book demonstrates how success lies in the planning with sowing, planting, and growing advice in each month to keep the crops coming.
As well as clear advice on cultivation essentials and troubleshooting pests and diseases, this also provides advice on small-scale growing for gardeners with little space.
A handy at-a-glance crop planner is perfect if you are looking for an instant summary of what to grow when and with its friendly tone and engaging style, this is ideal for new gardeners.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 256 pages, col. Illustrations
- Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/02/2011
- Category: Gardening: growing fruit & vegetables
- ISBN: 9781405362276
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Review by ruric
Excellent and easy to follow reference book for would be kitchen/urban food gardeners.Information presented month by month under the following hradings:ready to eatwhat to sowwhat to plantwhat to dowhat to harvestAdditional heading on preparation, pests & diseases, preservation etc where appropriate plus oin some motnhs there's a dedicated spread on types of fruit or veggies.Illustrated with lots of great photos and a fab handbook for someone who wants an ordered and planned approach to growing food.