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Fabulous Food from Every Small Garden shows how to grow food at home in even the smallest of spaces. It explores the reasons for growing your own food, including the many potential benefits such as improved taste, freshness and nutrition.
A garden can be a magical place for young children and offers them rich and engaging learning experiences as they interact with a variety of plants and wildlife throughout the year. This book guides you through the process of creating a garden, however small, for young children. It looks at the impact a garden area can have on children's overall development and the benefits of using natural materials as learning tools.
Not everyone has the benefit of a plot of land where they can create a garden. In fact, more and more people interested in harvesting flowers, vegetables, and herbs are turning to containers. This book will provide every potential container gardener with the necessary steps and resources needed to grow their very own crops to thrive in any conditions.
Whether you are planting tomatoes and onions or carrots and corn, the proper pairing of your plants can have a major impact on your eventual harvest and the quality of your vegetables. This book shows you, the avid gardener, everything that you need to know to effectively pair your crops in a way that ensures there are no incompatibilities and that you get the most out of every seed.
Seeds are the essence of life on earth, providing the genetic information needed for every plant we currently use for growing food, harvesting for clothing, and creating homes and furniture with. This book was developed to help any individual who is seeking to start preserving their own seeds for future use and growing.
Food, we can't live without it, yet its costs are rising and consuming more of the family budget. In addition, the current state of the food supply inspires more people to want to grow their own vegetables. This book presents new methods devised and tested by the author to maximize food production from a small yard.