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There are few things more rewarding than growing your own food:
come springtime, even non-gardeners can be found in their gardens
trying their hands on a few tried and true vegetable plants,
whether it's a simple tomato plan on the patio or a container of
basil in the kitchen window. In a sea of information, how are
beginner gardeners to know what advice to follow? Growers are
hungry for accurate and expert advice - just the thing that Fine
Gardening Easy-to-Grow Vegetables provides. This book is a true
beginner's guide to growing vegetables easily and productively and
contains great tips and techniques for even practiced gardeners.
These surprisingly easy basics will have your garden filled to the
brim with tomatoes, squash, peppers and so many more favourites.
Split into 7 chapters, the book shows readers how to plan a
vegetable garden and get the most out of their plants. Chapters or
Tomatoes, Peppers & Other Vines, Root Vegetables, Squash,
Greens and Herbs provide all of the information a reader needs to
get growing. A robust Vegetable Index and the appendix offer
readers excellent charts and growing information.