Think you can't have it all? Well, you can, at least in the garden, because many common food-producing plants also offer beautiful foliage or flowers. By simply following these creative suggestions, even novice gardeners can transform large or small spaces into high-yield gardens bursting with delicious, organically grown fruits, vegetables, and spectacular flowers. More than 90 color photographs, diagrams, and illustrations are provided, along with expert design and plant care tips. The invaluable advice on selecting and buying plants, creating attractive beds and borders, working with rocky or difficult soil, container gardening, and maximizing food production will ensure multi-season beauty and bounty.
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Graham Rice trained at Kew and is an award winning horticultural author. He writes regularly in BBC Gardeners' World magazine and Gardens Illustrated, and is Gardening Correspondent for the Evening Standard. he has written a numner of books and has won awards for his writing on both sides of the Atlantic. He is a member of a a number of Royal Horticultural Society committees and divides his time between Northamptonshire and Pennsylvania.
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Book Description Cassell, 2007. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Growing food in small places the attraction of fresh food Maximising colour and production Interplanting to reduce pests and diseases To spray or not to spray Sites and situations Beds and borders Containers Seasonal food and flowers Plants and practicalities for spring, summer, autumn and winter The plant guide: fruit, vegetable and herbs. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1844034518
Book Description Cassell, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111844034518