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The Edible Container Garden: Growing Fresh Food in Small Spacesby Michael Guerra
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No space is too small to grow delicious and healthy food.
Enjoying tasty and fresh produce no longer requires a trip to the local farm stand or gourmet grocery. With The Edible Container Garden as your guide, everything from salad greens and savory herbs to luscious fruits and vegetables can be as close as your patio, balcony, or rooftop.
The Edible Container Garden explains how to plant, grow, and harvest vegetables, edible flowers, fruits, and herbs, even when time and space are limited. Discussing the wide variety of planting options, from simple window boxes and raised garden beds to trellises and other vertical structures, The Edible Container Garden shows you how to
Decide what kinds of plants you want to grow and which soil to use to keep them healthy and vibrant
Select the right containers and tools to design a beautiful and fertile garden
Discover which seasons are best for certain plants so you can design a practical and productive growing space
Feed, tie, prune, and clip your plants to fit almost anywhere, whether they're in containers, over arches, or even along footpaths
Illustrated with beautiful color photographs and packed with helpful and creative tips, The Edible Container Garden provides all the information you'll need to transform your outdoor space into a bountiful paradise.
About the Author
An expert in ecological design, Michael Guerra is a consulting editor to Permaculture Magazine and a regular contributor to Resurgence and many other environmental publications. He lives in England.
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