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Homegrown Harvest: A Season-by-Season Guide to a Sustainable Kitchen Garden

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Written by the American Horticultural Society's foremost fruit, vegetable and herb experts, Homegrown Harvest provides lifestyle-changing advice that gardeners need for growing a year-round supply of healthy edible crops for their table. Specific local and regional advice enables gardeners to decide how and what to grow wherever they live in North America.

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Hardcover, 304 pages
Published November 15th 2010 by Mitchell Beazley
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Meredith
Homegrown Harvest is filled with beautiful color photos. It will inspire you to tear up the lawn in your backyard and plant a garden. It features a large array of vegetables and fruits from the common to the exotic. The description of espalier fruit trees is particulary neat.
The book is divided into four parts: spring, summer, fall, and winter, and each season is then subdivided into early, mid, and late. There are handy reference charts at the back as well as a glossary and an index.
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False Millennium
I would recommend only if you are going to engage in some heavy duty gardening, and I don't think it's good for a reference source, but if you are going to get heavily involved with trellising and raised beds and soil testing, this is your book.
Sue
like how the book uses the seasons to show what you should be doing with your garden.
Stephanie
One to buy and keep for reference.
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