Perplexed by potatoes? Baffled by beans? Confused by courgettes?
Home-grown food means fresh, organic, tasty meals, less money spent in a supermarket, lower carbon footprint, and best of all, fun! But how do you do it?
If you’ve never opened a seed packet before and want to grow your food but don’t know where or when to start, this book is for you. With advice for the new gardener, covering everything from how to plant seeds, when to pull up the carrot, and how to harvest potatoes, this book will guide you—whether you have a balcony, bare concrete, a patio, or a larger patch of ground.
• All the basic info for those who want to grow their own food
• Advice about growing on balconies, patios, or in your back garden
• Lists over forty easy-to-grow crops
About the Authors
Jon Clift has a Masters degree in Sustainable Environmental Management. He works as a freelance environmental consultant. ...