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No Nonsense Vegetable Gardening

Autor: Christine Walkden
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 9781847378644
File Size: 9,28 MB
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There is nothing like growing your own vegetables. The excitement of sowing a seed, seeing it come through the soil, growing it to harvest and then eating it is one of life's great thrills. You do not even need a garden to grow vegetables as a seedtray, an old plastic milk bottle, a takeaway food box or really any container that can provide a minimum depth of soil for the relevant crop can reap its rewards. In this book Christine Walkden tells you how to grow vegetables simply, even if you only have a window box or a window sill, and for those who have never tried before she highlights what may go wrong and how to avoid common mistakes. In these economically difficult times, growing your own veg is an attractive option for gardening novices as well as those with some experience.

No Nonsense Vegetable Gardening

Autor: Donna M. Balzer
Publisher: St Lynns Press
ISBN: 9780983272656
File Size: 4,70 MB
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NO NONSENSE VEGETABLE GARDENING is an exuberant, design-driven garden gift book with useful, easy-to-digest information on every page. Simple, no-nonsense garden advice cuts through complexities and misinformation. The text is arranged around the whimsical Peter Rabbit-style illustrations and graphics of Mariko McCrae, and full-color photographs. The easy-access charts and he-says, she-says dialogue boxes take the science of gardening and put it into a language everyone can understand...and feel empowered by.

Practical Organic Gardening

Autor: Mark Highland
ISBN: 1591866871
File Size: 7,10 MB
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A guide to organic gardening offers tips on soil selection, using natural remedies for pests and diseases, and repurposing vintage containers.

Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening Made Simple

Autor: Raymond Nones
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1581577109
File Size: 17,90 MB
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Grow more veggies—in less space and with less work—than you ever thought possible! Having a backyard garden in a small space got a lot easier when the first edition of this wonderful handbook was published. Now it gets even easier—Raised-Bed Vegetable Gardening Made Simple has been revised! Framed raised beds and a modular approach to growing vegetables means more production in less space and with less work. Whether you live in a small city apartment or on a large country estate, you’ll find something in this book to help with your specific gardening challenges. Nones shows you how to set everything up and then gives you in-depth descriptions of all the procedures needed to achieve gardening success: sowing seeds, thinning, transplanting, cultivating, mulching, watering, harvesting, pest control, composting, crop rotation, and seed saving. It’s a complete gardening guide for both the beginner and the experienced gardener, useful for those who have never tried raised beds before as well as for those who have already tried a raised-bed system. Far less bending, far less weeding, more produce at harvest time—gardeners, what have you been waiting for? Raymond Nones is a dirt-under-the-fingernails organic practitioner and proud penny-pincher who lives and gardens in Queens, New York.

Low Maintenance Vegetable Gardening

Autor: Clare Matthews
Publisher: i5 Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1620082489
File Size: 11,23 MB
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Spend less time in the garden—and get more results! This book demystifies the growing of fruit and vegetables and shows that, with the right approach, it can be done successfully as a weekend project or slotted into a busy week. Experienced garden designer Clare Matthews explains simple short cuts and unusual low maintenance strategies that really work. Her book is filled with inspirational color photography from her own weekend vegetable garden where the principles promoted in this book have been tried, tested and proven. Low Maintenance Vegetable Gardening will appeal to the complete novice planning a new vegetable garden as well as the more experienced gardener who is looking to save time and increase productivity. Filled with fantastic images and sound horticultural advice, it is an indispensible guide for anyone with limited time who still wants to achieve high yields from their vegetable plot. Inside Low Maintenance Vegetable Gardening A no-nonsense guide to growing the vegetables you love to eat the easy way. Explains time-saving techniques, simple short cuts, and effective low-maintenance strategies. Packed with practical advice from planning what to grow and companion planting to dealing with pests and diseases and no-dig gardening. Gorgeous color photography from the author's own weekend vegetable garden, shot by renowned garden photographer Clive Nichols. Essential reading for the time-poor gardener who wants to achieve maximum yields from their vegetable plot with minimum effort.

The Timber Press Guide To Vegetable Gardening In The Mountain States

Autor: Mary Ann Newcomer
Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 1604695943
File Size: 13,55 MB
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Growing vegetables requires regionally specific information—what to plant, when to plant it, and when to harvest are based on climate, weather, and first frost. The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Mountain States tackles this need head on, with regionally specific growing information written by local gardening expert, Mary Ann Newcomer. This region includes Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, eastern Washington and Oregon, northern Nevada, and the southernmost parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Monthly planting guides show exactly what you can do in the garden from January through December. The skill sets go beyond the basics with tutorials on seed saving, worm bins, and more.

Groundbreaking Food Gardens

Autor: Niki Jabbour
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603428445
File Size: 28,85 MB
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Follow your zany muse and get creative with your vegetable garden. Niki Jabbour brings you 73 novel and inspiring food garden designs that include a cocktail garden featuring all the ingredients for your favorite drinks, a spicy retreat comprising 24 varieties of chile peppers, and a garden that’s devoted to supplying year-round salad greens. Created by celebrated gardeners, each unique design is accompanied by both plant lists and charming anecdotes. This fully illustrated collection glitters with off-beat personality and quirkiness.

Home Vegetable Gardening

Autor: F. F. Rockwell
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781494874391
File Size: 9,30 MB
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For those who understand the significance of home-grown foods to surviving and thriving in difficult times, F. F. Rockwell's no-nonsense Home Vegetable Gardening: A Complete And Practical Guide To The Planting And Care Of All Vegetables, Fruits And Berries Worth Growing For Home Use, may be the best single volume, practical manual of family-feeding, high-yield home gardening ever compiled. With some, the home vegetable garden is a hobby; with others, especially in these days of high prices, a great help. There are many in both classes whose experience in gardening has been restricted within very narrow bounds, and whose present spare time for gardening is limited. It is as "first aid" to such persons, who want to do practical, efficient gardening, and do it with the least possible fuss and loss of time, that this book is written. “Home Vegetable Gardening” can be very useful for the small space gardener as it discusses at length, basics of gardening. Anywhere the book describes use of horses, logic would indicate that a tiller of varying sizes could be substituted. Crop rotation is also discussed, and multiple acres are not needed for this. Instructions on constructing a manure-driven hotbed (the way things were done before electric seedling heat mats were around) are also included. Another section of “Home Gardening” discusses prepping sods for seed starting, the way things were done years before pellet pots, plastic seed flats and cell packs were common. “Home Gardening” is old enough to resurrect much of the forgotten techniques used by our grandparents and great-grandparents, when they had to garden more naturally and self-sufficiently rather than buying everything from the garden store. It might also be helpful for the budding survivalist who no longer wants to rely on manufactured products. The list of seed varieties is fascinating. When it comes to gardening basics, the publishing date of this book matters very little: many things haven't changed at all. In fact, this book might be better for beginners since it is a book that encourages a do-it-yourself and a 'from the ground up' tone. It is almost void of any pre-made devices and there are no gimmicky products being hocked. In “Home Gardening,” the old standby tools are recommended, time tested and readily available.