Sara Q's Reviews > Sugar Snaps and Strawberries: Simple Solutions for Creating Your Own Small-Space Edible Garden

Sugar Snaps and Strawberries by Andrea Bellamy
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May 12, 12

bookshelves: crafts, library, non-fiction, gardening
Read from May 05 to 12, 2012

The most useful part of this book was the A to Z list of edible plants in the back, with short tips about growing them in containers and which specific plants do best in which climates. The front half of the book did not have that much useful information - mostly a bunch of hand-waving, generic, kumbaya advice. I guess I do better with charts and lists when it comes to books like this. Not paragraph after paragraph of basic questions. Don't get me wrong - there is some helpful information scattered throughout, but you have to skim through several pages each time to find it. A better resource is The Bountiful Container by McGee and Stuckey.
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