Synopses & Reviews
This compendium of practical methods for growing a wide variety of salads throughout the year will inspire you to grow your own greens, whether on a windowsill, in your garden, or on your allotment. Here is all the information you need for productive, healthy, and tasty salads. The subtleties of salad seasons and virtues of different leaves throughout the year are discussed and there are delicious and imaginative recipes to try, exploiting the fantastic flavors, color, and vitality of home-grown salad leaves.
"An essential book for every garden and kitchen." —Nigel Slater, Observer Magazine
About the Author
Charles Dowding has grown vegetables and salads organically for over 25 years using surface composting methods. He started growing vegetables commercially in 1982 with one of the first vegetable box schemes, and is currently cropping an acre, selling about 200 salad bags of different sizes every week. He has written about surface composting in his earlier book Organic Gardening: The Natural No-Dig Way published in 2007 by Green Books.