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Unwins Grow Your Own Vegetables Book
Spend £30 and get this book for just £5! Simply add to basket and the item will be discounted down (spend excludes P&P).
Written by Chelsea gold medal winner Andy McIndoe our GYO book is designed to help you get the maximum impact from your available garden space and is aimed at the novice & part time gardener.
There is information on using patios, pots, containers and windowsills and if you are lucky enough to have the space there is an additional two chapters on “small vegetable plots” and “the allotment” to help guide you on crops and crop rotation.
Using his 25 years of experience Andy also highlights his passion for some clever techniques to create food & flowers in the same border area using traditional British cottage garden schemes.
Spread across 7 chapters with hundreds of step by step full colour pictures this book is a great introduction to producing healthy food for you and your family.
Chapter 1 Getting Started.
Chapter 2 Where What & When.
Chapter 3 Growing in a conservatory or greenhouse
Chapter 4 Growing in containers and raised planters.
Chapter 5 The cottage garden approach.
Chapter 6 The small vegetable plot.
Chapter 7 The allotment.
Fully indexed if you just want to cherry pick your favourite fruit and vegetables, we believe our book will make back the £9.99 cost in its first year of being used.
You can follow Andy on @AndyMcIndoe for more great tips and advice.See Full Description +
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Delivery: 5-7 Working Days