Growing your own is more popular than ever. And every issue of Grow from Fine Gardening is a must-have, must-keep guide to growing fruits, vegetables, berries, and herbs. Grow, Vol. 7 continues the tradition of delivering solid gardening know-how, creative ideas for planting crops, and exciting recipes.
Enjoy the sweet taste of success. New and experienced gardeners can now learn the techniques and little-known secrets that assure success. Seasoned experts show you how to grow from seed, when and how to transplant seedlings outdoors, what to watch for to keep plants healthy, and which vegetables will thrive in a flower garden.
Experience fresh-from-the garden goodness. The taste of just-picked corn or tomatoes is so amazing, it’s convinced millions to take up vegetable gardening. And with Grow 7, you can enjoy all these marvelous flavors and more: fresh leaf and head lettuce, tender snap peas with edible pods, sweet and heirloom corn, a variety of delicious chives -- and the delights of mâche, a versatile green from France.
Clever ways to use the space you have! Limited space is no longer an obstacle. In Grow, Vol. 7, you’ll see how a 6-foot by 4-foot space can become a complete salad bar. How easily you can increase your harvest of peas and raspberries by using netting, lattices, or trellises that encourage plants to grow up. And practical ideas for compact raised beds, pots, and found containers that let you farm on a patio or balcony.
Delightful recipes you can count on. While most of your harvest can be enjoyed fresh and with little prep, you’ll also find recipes for a pretty salad accented with edible flowers, a red curry with shrimp and peas, a fabulous chocolate raspberry tart, and savory dishes featuring sautéed corn.
Grow your own and eat like a king, order Grow, Vol. 7 today.
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