Growing your own fruit, vegetables and herbs gives you the chance to taste produce fresher and with more variety, colour and flavour than any you might buy. Collins Kitchen Garden shows you how you can grow your own produce successfully, right from planning your kitchen garden to harvest. Collins Kitchen Garden starts by looking at designing a kitchen garden with ideas for siting plants whatever the size of your garden. This is followed by an inspirational section on planning an ornamental kitchen garden. Andi Clevely then takes a detailed look at plant groups including: * salads * peas and beans * root crops * cabbages * greenhouse crops * mini vegetables * soft fruit * tree fruits * culinary herbs Throughout these sections there is technical advice to ensure success including sections on containers, training and pruning.
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Andi Clevely has been a gardener for 28 years and is currently responsible for a large country estate in Warwickshire, where they have a large kitchen garden. He has written several books and has also written for BBC Gardeners' World magazine and was a Homes & Garden columnist for 6 years.
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Book Description Collins, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0004141067
Book Description Collins, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 4141067