Homegrown Harvest by American Horticultural Society

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Written by the American Horticultural Society's foremost fruit, vegetable and herb experts, Homegrown Harvest provides lifestyle-changing advice that gardeners need for growing a year-round supply of healthy edible crops for their table. Specific local and regional advice enables gardeners to decide how and what to grow wherever they live in North America.

The book starts with planning what to grow, then how to grow it- whether in an allotment, containers, a raised bed or vegetable patch- as well as information on how to get the best from your soil.

Next, over the course of 12 seasonal chapters, from early spring to late winter, the book shows how to go from sowing to harvesting with clear instructions that help you stay on top of the joys and challenges of a productive garden.

From apples and asparagus, raspberries to radishes, this book shows how to apply age-old techniques in a timely fashion, to get the most from your plot.

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The American Horticultural Society is at the forefront of a gardening revolution in which received wisdom is questioned and updated. Put together by an army of experts, this book is the result of more than 100 years of practical experience in gardens across the world.
Published November 15, 2010 by Mitchell Beazley. 304 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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In this wonderfully structured gardening guide, generously illustrated with luscious photos, the American Horticultural Society shows temperate-climate gardeners how to make their ways through the gar

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