Grow your Own Fruits and Vegetables
This simple and systematic guide will help you grow a wide variety of the tastiest, most nutritious fruits and vegetables.
Start off with easy-to-grow produce such as carrots, tomatoes, and strawberries. Once you have the confidence of the first growing season behind you, progress to crops requiring slightly more labor, such as peas and raspberries.
These days, growing your own food is the only way to ensure that everything on your plate is authentically organic.
- The Basics
- Pests and diseases
- Growing vegetables
- Growing fruit
- Greenhouses and poly-tunnels
IAN COOKE has been a professional horticulturalist for over forty years. His writing is clear, easy to follow and insightful.