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Rhs Grow Your Own Veg & Fruit Year Planner: What to Do When for Perfect Produce. the Royal Horticultural Society

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Providing timely and practical advice for gardeners who want to keep their garden or allotment productive all year round, this book shows you how to apply age-old techniques to get the most from your plot.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by Mitchell Beazley
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Saffron Dennis
Oct 29, 2016 Saffron Dennis rated it it was amazing
A book I have borrowed from the library but one I will definitely be adding to my personal collection. The layout is great, it is set out starting with as early, mid and late spring, then working through each of the seasons, what to do with each crop type, how to plant, harvest and store and problems that you may encounter and how to deal with them. Good pictures and easy to access throughout the year.
Meredith
A bit like an encyclopaedia. Somewhat overwhelming in its scope.

Each season is presented in three segments, early, mid, and late. The what to do for each plant is then presented within that. If you are growing only a few types of veg or fruit you will have to hunt through quite a lot of information to find the relevant portions in each section.

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Feb 20, 2016 Rosemary rated it really liked it
This gardening book is relevant to both northern and southern hemispheres, by the simple substitution of "early summer", "mid winter" etc. in place of January, February, March. I did notice one localism - the nut I know as a hazelnut was referred to as a cobnut or filbert, with no mention of hazelnuts. Includes information about some unusual fruits and veg. Beautifully laid out.
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The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), founded in 1804 as the Horticultural Society of London, gained its present name in a Royal Charter granted in 1861. The Royal Horticultural Society is one of the world’s leading horticultural organizations and the UK's leading gardening charity dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting gardening.

Vital to the protection of plants, gardens and green spa
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