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Growing Food in Small Gardensby Barbara Segall
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The virtues of organic food have long been apparent. But what many people don't realize is that they can grow their own--no matter how small their space. Whether you've got a backyard, rooftop, or patio, or are restricted to window boxes or hanging baskets, the joy and satisfaction of organic gardening can be yours. From planning a garden, to deciding what to plant, to the best methods of chemical-free pest and disease control, this definitive guide will help you get big results from even the tiniest of spaces.
About the Author
Barbara Segall is a horticulturist and widely published garden writer. She has written several books on herbs, kitchen gardens, and flower gardening, and contributes to a range of specialist garden magazines. Barbara is editor of The Horticulturist, the quarterly journal of The Institute of Horticulture, Herbs, the magazine of The Herb Society, and Garden Media Guild News.
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