- By Graham Clarke

The Organic Fruit and Vegetable Gardener's Year: A Seasonal Guide to Growing What You Eat

  • Title: The Organic Fruit and Vegetable Gardener's Year: A Seasonal Guide to Growing What You Eat
  • Author: Graham Clarke
  • ISBN: 9781861085665
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Organic Fruit and Vegetable Gardener s Year A Seasonal Guide to Growing What You Eat The Organic Gardener s Year is an indispensable guide to everything you the aspiring organic gardener needs to know season by season Whether you re planting on a narrow windowsill in a small patio

    The Organic Gardener s Year is an indispensable guide to everything, you, the aspiring organic gardener needs to know season by season Whether you re planting on a narrow windowsill, in a small patio, an allotment or a large garden, you can dip in to this easy to navigate reference and discover facts, tips and inspiration to help you grow the most popular produce theThe Organic Gardener s Year is an indispensable guide to everything, you, the aspiring organic gardener needs to know season by season Whether you re planting on a narrow windowsill, in a small patio, an allotment or a large garden, you can dip in to this easy to navigate reference and discover facts, tips and inspiration to help you grow the most popular produce the organic way Whether you are a novice or experienced gardener, Graham Clarke, a respected expert and writer in the field, has the answer to your questions By simply following the clear symbols and colour codes, you ll easily find the solutions tailor made to your needs Key sections give invaluable up to date advice on how best to manage pests and disease without using abrasive or toxic substances while step by step instructions take you through the basics of sowing and growing through to harvesting your own succulent organic crops, as well as the organic way to care for trees, shrubs and garden plants too.

    1 thought on “The Organic Fruit and Vegetable Gardener's Year: A Seasonal Guide to Growing What You Eat

    1. It would have been helpful to include the regions in which specific plants grow during different seasons. Instead, this guide is too general. For example, it stated that strawberries grow in the spring, summer, and fall. In my region, I know that they only grow outside in the spring. This guide would not be beneficial to inexperienced gardeners.

    2. I'm new to gardening. This is a good reference and primer for what to grow when, alongside what, and how to get rid of insects and weeds naturally. What I need now is manpower

    3. A very brief overview of gardening. Pretty pictures, but most people will need something a little more in depth.

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