If you’ve always wanted a vegetable garden but lacked the knowhow and/or the space, The Australian Vegetable Gardening Encyclopedia will show you how to raise a bumper crop.
Originally published in the United States of America by the editors of Consumer Guide as Vegetable Gardening Encyclopedia, this complete Australian edition has been edited and adapted by Brenda little to suit Australian conditions and culture.
The book provides clear and complete instructions on how to plan, plant, and care for everything from a container garden on an apartment balcony to a mini-farm in a large backyard.
The Australian Vegetable Gardening Encyclopedia helps you decide what and how much to grow, when and how to corp what you grow, and it supplies all the detailed information you need to raise spectacular crops of everything from artichokes to zucchini. There’s even a special section on herbs.
But The Australian Vegetable Gardening Encyclopedia doesn’t stop at crop time. It goes on to provide detailed step-by-step instructions on the correct (and safe) way to freeze, bottle, dry and store your bumper crops.