The Home Vegetable Garden - Bee Baldwin

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Used Good plus, light wear/creases on cover/spine, edge-wear PaperbackDimensions: 210 x 265 x 11mmPublication Date: 1984 The Home Vegetable Garden by Bee Baldwin This book is about growing vegetables. It is a comprehensive, clearly-written, illustrated grow-your-own guide to raising fresh, vitamin-rich vegetables in any ordinary New Zealand home garden. Step...
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Used Good plus, light wear/creases on cover/spine, edge-wear

Paperback
Dimensions: 210 x 265 x 11mm
Publication Date: 1984

The Home Vegetable Garden by Bee Baldwin

This book is about growing vegetables. It is a comprehensive, clearly-written, illustrated grow-your-own guide to raising fresh, vitamin-rich vegetables in any ordinary New Zealand home garden.

  • Step by step directions for sowing and growing more than a hundred different vegetables and culinary herbs
  • Organic gardening, container gardening, and gardening with glass
  • Good advice for the handicapped, or the elderly gardener, and starter-ideas to interest children in growing vegetables.
  • Gardening problems illustrated in full colour to help with the identification of pests and diseases
  • Gardening routines, from digging, manuring and weeding, to watering, plant training and harvesting
  • Recommendations for storing, preserving and freezing home-grown vegetables
  • Recommendations and advice about tools, spray equipment and garden sundries
  • Fertilisers - what they are, what they do, and how they relate to soil fertility.
  • Innovative ideas for growing, and useful hints for preparing and serving the less common vegetables
  • How to grow, pick, dry, and cook with herbs
  • The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF) recommends this book as a valuable authoritative and practical guide for home gardeners
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