The Little Veggie Patch Co’s Guide to Backyard Farming
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The book is packed with fun and easy-to-follow activities like keeping chickens, building a vertical veggie garden, making cider and tomato sugo, and starting a backyard beehive. Learn how to use excess produce to make delicious preserves and jams, or create garden-inspired gifts such as wooden herb markers or stencilled pots. On top of this, there are lots of activities covering the basics, all of which are perfect for kids too – planting seedlings, sowing seeds and growing food in pots.
Audience:General Format:Paperback Language:English Number Of Pages: 240 Published: 1st September 2011 Dimensions (cm): 24.1 x 21.1 x 2.5
The Little Veggie Patch Co. How to Grow Food in Small Spaces
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Fabian Capomolla and Matt Pember run a successful business installing edible gardens’ in polystyrene boxes on balconies, in crates you can put anywhere in your backyard, or by creating no-dig, raised garden beds. After years of helping clients set up spaces to grow their own fruit and vegetables they believe anyone can create their own little edible garden, in most any area. And in this easy-to-use guide they show you how simple it is!
Audience:General Format:Paperback Language:English Number Of Pages: 256 Published:1st September 2012 Dimensions (cm):24.2 x 21.4 x 2.4
One Magic Square The Easy, Organic Way to Grow Your Own Food on a 3-Foot Square
One Magic Square shows how, with a ten-minute effort, you can start your own productive food garden on a single square metre. By following these plot designs you can keep your labour pleasurable as your self-sufficiency increases. Take control of your own fresh food supply! Food gardening is the most intelligent adult endeavour on earth – Lolo Houbein shows you how to do it, and why you should.
Audience:General Format:Paperback Language:English Number Of Pages: 347 Published: 9th March 2010 Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 18.1 x 2.3