Homegrown Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs: A Bountiful, Healthful Garden for Lean TimesDe (autor) Jim Wilson Fotografii de Walter Chandoha
en Limba Engleză Paperback – November 2009 – vârsta de la 10 ani
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Dimensiuni: 214 x 273 x 12 mm
Greutate: 0.69 kg
Editura: Creative Homeowner
" will help aspiring gardeners avoid disappointment or failure with their first food gardens and help families who are already growing food crops to grow more and reduce their food costs." "This resource includes instructional and inspiring color photographs from a seasoned garden photographer." "Michigan Gardener""June 2010"
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Advance praise for
Homegrown Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs:
Compost all your other how to gardening books this one replaces them all. Jim Wilson and Walter Chandoha ... have created a labor of love ... worthy of a lifetime achievement award.
Nona Wolfram Koivula, Executive Director, All-America Selections and The National Garden Bureau
With more than 100 years of experience between them, Jim and Walter (can help) less-experienced gardeners get immediate results. ...You can almost smell the sweet apples, the savory basil, and the juicy tomatoes. ... Wow, what a feast!
Walter Reeves, The Georgia Gardener
The chapters (on growing) vegetables, fruits, and herbs are the best I ve ever seen in all my years of collecting edible gardening books. ... (It) feels like I m taking a walk down Jim s lifelong garden path. ...
Cathy Wilkinson Barash, Past President, Garden Writers Association, Author, Edible Flowers from Garden to Palate and Gardening in the Prairie Lands States
JIM WILSON earned a B.S. in agriculture from the University of Missouri and has been an active horticulturist for over 60 years. He has authored 13 books and spent more than a decade on garden television, most notably as co-host of PBS s The Victory Garden South.
WALTER CHANDOHA is a graduate of New York University. An accomplished photographer and writer, his work has appeared in Family Circle, Ladies Home Journal, and National Geographic."
- Benjamin Franklin Award Winner, 2011