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Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Kitchen Gardens: How to Create a Beautiful and Functional Culinary Garden
For beauty and practicality, nothing can equal the popular kitchen garden, with its combination of ornamental and edible plants.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 6th 1998 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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I think I've read this before, but it bears a second look. I love photographs that look like they could really come from behind the house. No vista necessary. At this point in the winter, I am making lists of chores and seeds and plants and needing to feel inspired. I now have three pages worth. This book has great lists of edible and self-sowing plants. I love double-dipping!!
The book did not contain many pretty gardens; I've been more interested in the formal French-style potagers and this book did not have those. The prettiest garden was on p. 107, that did offer a bit of inspiration. The first few chapters were good reading, the rest I skimmed and looked at photos. Basic gardening info.