From Planting to Picking : the Complete Guide to Creating A Bountiful GardenBook - 2006
Growing vegetables isn't difficult-and you don't need an enormous field to yield copious crops. Best of all, you can successfully grow and safely eat the fruits of your labor, whether you commit to strictly organic means of dealing with predators and diseases or occasionally seek the help of carefully chosen chemical pesticides. Written by two accomplished gardeners with different perspectives on problem solving-Fern Marshall Bradley uses only organic methods and Jane Courtier is more flexible, but still health and environmentally conscious-Vegetable Gardening shows you how to create an abundant home garden catering to your tastes, your needs, and your views. Book jacket.
Publisher: Pleasantville, N.Y. : Reader's Digest, c2006.
Branch Call Number: 635 BRADLEY
Characteristics: 288 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
From Library Staff
Are you interested in growing vegetables in an organic garden? Or maybe not? This book is for you. It will walk you through planting to pick in your organic, or not, garden.