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Edible Landscaping by Rosalind Creasy
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Jun 20, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: food, nonfiction, plants-flowers
Read from June 16 to 19, 2011

Very interesting! I learned a lot about what's edible and what's not, what works well in small spaces (even containers) and what works best if you let it spread!

There are sections in the back that that talk about each plant detailing the effort it takes to grow, what zones the plant grows best in, a thumbnail description of the plant, how to use (in the kitchen, in the landscape), how to grow (climate, exposure & soil, fertilizing, watering, pruning, pests & diseases, and harvesting). There is also a heading for "How to Purchase" and information on pollinizers, other varieties and other species.

Towards the end there are encyclopedic reference charts that provide basic info. for the plants discussed in this book.
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Melanie You work in a Library!!! I can see in the background... ; ) me too...

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