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How to Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg: A Week-by-Week Guide to Wild-life Friendly Fruit and Vegetable Gardening by Joe Hashman

How to Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg: A Week-by-Week Guide to Wild-life Friendly Fruit and Vegetable Gardening by Joe Hashman

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Joe Hashman takes you outdoors and in amongst it on the vegetable plot where seeds are sown, plants nurtured, fruits tended and crops harvested. The natural history of the garden is noted, too, and delicious and often unusual recipes supplied. With his guidance and your gardening your kitchen garden, vegetable patch or allotment will provide you with the good, fresh, honest and seasonal fruit and vegetables that Joe has a passion for. And he will also help you sustain the natural balance of your garden.

A delightful walk through the veg garden year . . . invaluable to anyone who s still finding their feet amid the excitement of growing their own food. Filled with fascinating facts and useful jobs for each week of the year. Refreshing, easy to read in one sitting or to dip in and out of as a reference work, this book really does tick all the boxes. The detailed week by week commentary make it seem like the author is standing right beside you giving you interesting and practical tips and advice throughout the year. It is an excellent inspiring book for both beginners and experienced gardeners alike.

Employing his own simple, tried and tested methods the author takes the reader week-by-week through the vegetable and fruit growing year.

About the author

Joe Hashman writes from personal experience, having supplied his family of four over the years with enough fresh produce to eat their fill. His book combines his love of gardening with the natural pleasures of being outdoors and 'in amongst it'.

Book details

Paperback
192 pages
Publisher
Spring Hill
Publication date
February 2012
ISBN-10
1905862776
ISBN-13
9781905862771

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