Grow All You Can Eat In Three Square Feet: Inventive Ideas for Growing Food in a Small Space (Dk Rhs General)

Grow All You Can Eat In Three Square Feet: Inventive Ideas for Growing Food in a Small Space (Dk Rhs General)

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Hardcover | English
ISBN13: 9780241180013
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You don't need an allotment to grow your own. Grow All You Can Eat in Three Square Feet is an innovative guide to maximizing even the smallest of gardening space so you can grow delicious fruit and vegetables, in abundance, at home. This must-have manual showcases a multitude of plots and inspirational ideas to make the most of your small spaces. You can grow everything from tomatoes on your window sill to wisteria up your wall, with Naomi Schillinger's easy to follow instructions. It doesn't matter how much space you have available, with key techniques such as sowing seeds, assessing soil and choosing the right plants for which type of space are all shown with step-by-step instructions, full colour photographs on every page and easy to read diagrams and charts to make sure you are getting the most out of your space and your plants. Grow All You Can Eat in Three Square Feet shows that even those with the smallest space, can produce the most impressive crops.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 256
Item Height 28 mm
Item Width 198 mm
Item Weight 1059 Gram
Product Dimensions 198 x 28 x 236
Publisher Dk
Format Hardcover | 256

Naomi Schillinger is a gardener, writer, and photographer. Her blog Out Of My Shed is one of the top three gardening blogs in the UK. Naomi is also well-known for setting up a community gardening initiative in her London neighbourhood - 100 households growing fruit and vegetables in whatever small spaces they have: front gardens, pots, grow bags and balconies. This award-winning scheme now even has the support of local government. Naomi has shown countless people how to grow in clever ways when space is limited.