The Kitchen Garden: A Month by Month Guide to Growing Your Own Fruits and Vegetables

Description

In tune with the popular move toward fresh, local, and homegrown food, The Kitchen Garden lets you get the most from your garden and helps to dramatically reduce the amount you spend on produce at the supermarket.

This new edition of the bestselling guide from Alan Buckingham is filled with seasonal advice, essential to-do lists, and essential fruit and vegetable crop planners. Discover how to grow fresh, seasonal produce in your garden all year round, and take the uncertainty out of your harvest with clear, reliable gardening advice for every month.

In-depth crop planners show you when to sow and how to cultivate more than 60 herbs, fruit, and vegetables, including potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, strawberries, and apples. Month-by-month alerts help you guard against the season’s garden pests and diseases to ensure a top-quality harvest. Prioritize key tasks, learn crop rotation techniques, and try step-by-step garden projects, such as sowing peas in guttering and making your own compost bin.

Ideal for first-time vegetable growers, urban gardeners, and seasoned gardeners alike, The Kitchen Garden has everything you need to know to make the most of your plot.


From the Publisher

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tips and information about peticides

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first time gardeners

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guard your crop from pests

What’s It About?

Learn how to grow your kitchen garden and produce food all year round. This step-by-step guide will show you how to cultivate more than 60 herbs, fruits, and vegetables. An essential companion for beginner and experienced gardeners alike.

Cure common ailments safely at home. The improved Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine combines the latest scientific research and traditional knowledge to show how to grow, harvest and process ingredients and create natural remedies.

Find your route to a more sustainable lifestyle. Learn everything D.Strawbridge and his son James learned as they share their experience and give you the tools you need for a more rewarding and environmentally conscious life.

Learn about self-sustainability with Huw Richards. This book has all the inspiration and practical advice you need to start, grow, love, propagate and harvest your own fruits and vegetables organically, and at zero-cost.

Skill Level

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

Step-By-Step Guide

Features

Packed with seasonal vegetable advice, essential to-do lists, and fruit and vegetable crop planners.

Featuring over 550 herbs and remedies for common ailments.

Be exposed to a more self-sufficient way of living by learning about cutting back on plastic and food waste, growing your own vegetables, preserving meat and fish, preparing jams and chutneys, and much more with James Strawbridge.

Includes a 52 week journal where Huw records how he grew his own food for free for a year.

Pages

352 Pages

366 Pages

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224 Pages

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