By Gail Harland
Good Life Press Ltd
Distributed By Trans-Atlantic Publications
128 Pages, Illustrated
$32.50 Paper Original
OUT OF PRINT
In these days of concern about the rising cost of the weekly food bills, chemicals in food and food miles, there is an increasing interest in turning over at least part of the garden into an allotment. However many people are still unsure of how to go about anything other than growing a couple of tomato plants in a growbag. "Easy Grow!" not only describes and illustrates a variety of crops that are just as easy to grow as tomatoes, but also gives the ultimate encouragement on how to get started with plenty of 'how to' information on churning up the lawn and giving the vegetables the very best start in life.
This book looks at how to maximise space, the equipment needed (apart from muscle power!) to convert a garden of blooms (or weeds) into an allotment space and then covers the many principles of vegetable growing, covering all the essential fruit and veg that can be grown easily, including tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, aubergines, salad crops and fruits such as pepino, tomatillos and physalis.
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