Organic Gardening for the 21st Century

Organic Gardening for the 21st Century

Book - 2001
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Penguin Putnam
This comprehensive guide to organic gardening will help you create a steady supply of organically-grown fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers all year round. Includes the latest information on how to find, choose, and grow plants that thrive without synthetic chemicals. Learn how to:
  • Plant traditional varieties, known as Heirloom plants, that were developed before the use of pesticides and fertilizers
  • Select regional varieties adapted to your climate and location
  • Increase your bounty by repurposing seeds from your own garden
  • Discourage pests while encouraging beneficial insects and birds

Includes a beautifully illustrated, A-to-Z directory of 250 varieties of vegetables, fruits, nuts, and herbs. Detailed entries include when to sow, plant, and harvest; cultivation information; and the top ten health-enhancing fruits and vegetables.



Baker & Taylor
In a comprehensive guide to organic gardening with more than 370 full-color photos, the author explains when to sow, plant and harvest; how to select regional varieties adapted to one's climate; how to discourage pests while encouraging beneficial insects and birds; how to repurpose seeds from one's own garden and much more. Original.

Blackwell Publishing
From planting to harvesting, learn the basics of gardening naturally with this comprehensive, easy-to-use guide.

Easy to use and packed with useful tips, Organic Gardening for the 21st Century is the go-to resource for any homeowner seeking to have an environmentally friendly garden

Simon and Schuster
This comprehensive guide to organic gardening will show you how to create organically-grown fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers, and provide tips on how and when to cultivate your beautiful garden.

 

This comprehensive guide to organic gardening will help you create a steady supply of organically-grown fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers all year round. Includes the latest information on how to find, choose, and grow plants that thrive without synthetic chemicals. Learn how to:
  • Plant traditional varieties, known as Heirloom plants, that were developed before the use of pesticides and fertilizers
  • Select regional varieties adapted to your climate and location
  • Increase your bounty by repurposing seeds from your own garden
  • Discourage pests while encouraging beneficial insects and birds

Includes a beautifully illustrated, A-to-Z directory of 250 varieties of vegetables, fruits, nuts, and herbs. Detailed entries include when to sow, plant, and harvest; cultivation information; and the top ten health-enhancing fruits and vegetables.

Publisher: Pleasantville, N.Y. : Reader's Digest, c2001
ISBN: 9781606521236
1606521233
9780762102969
0762102969
Branch Call Number: 635.0484 F319o
Characteristics: 288 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Reader's Digest Association

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