by Paula Bell
Are you ready to reap a harvest of blessings? Learn how the seeds you sow, water, and tend will yield a wonderful life in Lessons From My Garden. Our God is faithful-step into the garden and let him teach you. Rev. Paula Bell is a retired teacher ...
by Annette McFarlane
In a world where mass-produced food often lacks taste and freshness, more and more people are growing their own vegetables This new edition of Annette McFarlane's gardening classic offers gardeners an authoritative and comprehensive guide to ...
by Barrie E. Juniper & David J. Mabberley
The history of the apple; traces the fruit from its wild origins in Central Asia to the cultivated orchard varieties of today. This is a black-and-white edition.
by Paul Bangay
Thousands of gardeners across Australia admire the Paul Bangay look. His gardens are balanced, with a careful use of space, proportion and above all, the right plant in the right location. In one garden precise pleached hedging meets billowing ...
An Illustrated Chronicle of Antiquarian Fruit Literature
by H. Frederic Janson
An illustrated in-depth review of the European literature dealing with fruit from antiquity to the Industrial Revolution.
How to Make and Use Your Own Low-Cost, High-Performance, Sun-Powered Food Dehydrator
by Eben V. Fodor
"The Solar Food Dryer" describes how to use solar energy to dry your food instead of costly electricity. With your own solar-powered food dryer, you can quickly and efficiently dry all your extra garden veggies, fruits and herbs to preserve their ...
by Alan Titchmarsh
We all aspire to a beautiful garden that suits our lifestyle, but it can be hard to keep on top of the day-to-day care that gardens often require to look their best. Perfect for those who struggle with the workload, who want a space to relax in ...
by Julie Behrend Weinberg
This book is a comprehensive gardening book for the high desert regions with emphasis on growing vegetables. The author also discusses various aspects of fruit tree culture in the high desert and drought-tolerant perennials, shrubs and tress.
by Samuel Bowdlear Green
Originally designed as a textbook for high school students, Samuel Green's 1915 work provides clear, concise, and comprehensive directions for the establishment, maintenance, and harvesting of a home or professional vegetable garden.
by Matt Sewell
In this beautiful, collectible new volume, street artist Matt Sewell offers his own unique take on 52 of our favourite British garden birds. Since its first appearance in July 2009, Matt's 'Bird of the Week' feature for the Caught by the River ...
by Joseph Cheal
From 1892, this work by Joseph Cheal is a practical introduction to the growing of fruit for the amateur gardener.
Restoring Wildflowers to the Countryside
by Charles Flower
A traditional meadow full of wild flowers is a rare sight today, but it is not too late to restore them and to create new ones. Charles Flower is passionate about restoring the countryside. After the appalling destruction of the 1970s and 1980s, ...
Practical Gardening in Harmony with Nature
by Ed Ikin
* An essential book for all gardeners who want to give a bit more thought into the way they garden * Advice on gardening in harmony with nature * From gardening during drought conditions to the best friendly fungi * Plus how to make the perfect ...
by Ph D Justin Tuggle
This step-by-step guide to safe and inexpensive food production is organized and provided for the purpose of allowing each inexperienced reader to effectively and successfully take control of his or her basic food supply. In securing this food ...
Organic and Traditional Methods
by Walter E. Splittstoesser
This manual is designed for home gardeners and small commercial vegetable growers. The author provides information on the scientific concepts upon which vegetable growing is based and on practical methods for growing vegetables. Features include ...
Eighteen Productive Gardens for Inspiration and Practical Advice
by Kate Herd
Whether you want to reduce your carbon footprint, sav money, become more self-sufficient or just enjoy the unique taste of fresh produce, there has never been a better time to create a kitchen garden. Join passionate designer and green-gardener ...
by Jian Feng Ma & Eiichi Takahashi
Silicon (Si) plays a significant role in the resistance of plants to multiple stresses including biotic and abiotic stresses. Silicon is also the only element that does not damage plants when accumulated in excess. However, the contribution of Si ...
by G. Kalloo
Tomato is a crop grown worldwide which is being increasingly studied particularly from the aspects covered here, i.e. cytology, genetics, breeding and biotechnology. Such a work is the first of its kind and assembles and presents the critical and ...
Volume I, a Cook and His Vegetable Patch
by Nigel Slater
With over 400 recipe ideas and many wonderful stories from the cook's garden, Tender: Volume I -- A cook and his vegetable patch, is the definitive guide to cooking with vegetables from the presenter of BBC One's Simple Cooking. 'I would like to ...
by Thomas Rivers
In this 1866 work, Thomas Rivers offers authoritative information on the culture of fruit in a limited space.