eBook Fruit for Australian gardens : a practical guide to growing fruit at home, organic methods included. download
by Paul Baxter
Author: Paul Baxter
Publisher: Pan MacMillan; Edition Unstated edition (1991)
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This book offers a fun and lighthearted guide to growing your own salads, herbs . There are recipes included. Beautiful and informative book for anyone who has or wants a garden
This book offers a fun and lighthearted guide to growing your own salads, herbs, vegetables, and fruit. I especially enjoyed the container combo tips, since I am an avid herb and container gardener myself. This book makes for an ideal housewarming gift. Beautiful and informative book for anyone who has or wants a garden
Gardening, and particularly fruit growing, is an immensely satisfying and rewarding pastime – and a pleasure that may well continue well into adulthood. Children can learn the basics of where food comes from and the lesson that everything is sustainable.
Gardening, and particularly fruit growing, is an immensely satisfying and rewarding pastime – and a pleasure that may well continue well into adulthood. It also helps children understand how plants grow – from how the plant develops after planting, to buds forming and the flowers and fruit produced, to what plants need to grow and the various ways in which they need to be cared for. Above all, fruit tastes great and is a pleasure to eat, as well as being wonderfully good for you!
I bought this book to upgrade from Fruit and Berries for the Home Garden and got exactly what I was hoping for. I also have the Vegetable Gardener's Bible and was hoping that this book would be just as great for fruit.
I bought this book to upgrade from Fruit and Berries for the Home Garden and got exactly what I was hoping for. The book has a lot of color pictures and detailed information on each type of fruit. It's broken down into 4 sections: Getting Started, Berries, Tree Fruits and Nuts and Growing Healthy Fruit.
This Australian, practical guide to growing herbs with culinary and .
This Australian, practical guide to growing herbs with culinary and medicinal uses focuses on how to incorporate them into your garden and daily life. 384pp, 230 colour photos. This compact booklet outlines many common methods in simple to understand, illustrated steps for the fledgling grafter with an emphasis on timing and techniques.
Grow organic fruit and vegetables in your own backyard with these helpful gardening tips. There are numerous delicious vegetables and fruits you can grow in containers, at home in the garden or in no-dig plots. There are seedlings that are grown in the winter and ones that are grown in the summer.
Organic Gardening, Science/Mathematics, Organic gardening, Fruit-culture, Citrus fruits, Fruit trees, Citrus, Fruit. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
The best guide to growing both fruit and vegetables in the Australian backyard. Shows how you can convert your lawn into a food garden and set up a mini plot of vegetables and fruit for small backyards and all climates. Written by Diggers Founder, Clive Blazey details over 240 vegetables and herbs, and 188 fruits, nuts and berries. Explains how to make compost, and how to save by growing your own food. Hard cover, with over 300 colour photographs.