The Edible Flower Garden

The Edible Flower Garden
The Edible Flower Garden by Rosalind Creasey
1999 | PDF | 24.68MB

The Edible Flower Garden is a beautiful collection of flowers that can be used for cookery: from candied violets and roses to decorate appetizers and cakes, to nasturtiums for a colorful shrimp salad, to day lily buds, pink clover, and wild mustard flowers that are tossed together in a spectacular stir-fry.

Gardens for All Seasons

Gardens for All Seasons
Gardens for All Seasons by Mary Horsfall
2013 | EPUB | 52.99MB

Gardens for all Seasons is a gardening lifestyle book. As well as advising about the timing of jobs in the garden throughout the year and in all Australian climate zones, it gives suggestions about garden-related events and celebrations for each month. Mary Horsfall wants people to realize that gardens are for much more than working in and the book begins with a discussion about the importance of gardens and plants in our lives, public gardens as well as private ones.

Monthly chapters have been structured to make as much information as possible generally relevant to gardeners across the country. Each month includes topics such as planning, bushfire preparation, watering, pot plant care, mulching, weeding, fertilizing, pruning, propagating, pest control and what to plant for different climate zones.

Each month, Mary details my own gardening year, including jobs done, fruits and veggies harvested, food cooked based on the harvest, what was in flower and wildlife observations. Each month has a special topic of the month, which is examined in detail. Some of these include fun for kids in the garden, biodiversity, manipulating microclimate, and fragrance and first aid.

Planting Plans for Your Kitchen Garden

Planting Plans for Your Kitchen Garden
Planting Plans for Your Kitchen Garden: How to Create a Vegetable, Herb and Fruit Garden in Easy Stages by Holly Farrell
2013 | EPUB | 7.08MB

Planting Plans for Your Kitchen Garden gives you all you need to turn your back garden into a productive paradise with modular planting plans for simple beds of vegetables, herbs, fruit and cut flowers. You can also mix and match the beds to create your own kitchen garden or allotment.

KEY POINTS:

  • An ideal book for 20/30 somethings, who've watched River Cottage and The Great British Bake-off and want a slice of the good life themselves.
  • Unlike all other grow-your-own books on the market, it shows you modular lay outs for your veg, herbs or fruit. The book breaks down the huge task of building a garden into smaller, more easily achieved modules, each one complete in itself.
  • This offers readers two clear benefits: 1)It rewards them with successful outcomes early in the process and inspires them to continue adding more building blocks to their overall garden plan. 2)It also offers them the ability to structure their individual garden to reflect their own tastes and practical requirements.
  • The 35+ modular planting plans give straightforward, detailed instructions for each bed.

Readers mix and match which modules they want to grow to create a productive garden one step at a time. It's 30 Minute Gardening - minimal effort for maximum outcome.

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