The RHS Allotment Handbook

The Expert Guide for Every Fruit and Veg Grower

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Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Gardening

Page: 224

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Written by the Royal Horticultural Society's foremost fruit and veg experts, RHS Allotment Handbook & Planner provides the lifestyle-changing advice that gardeners need for growing a year-round supply of healthy, edible crops for their garden. With RHS tried-and-tested varieties, this book covers what to grow, how and where to grow it. Exploring best practice growing advice, allotment life and its numerous benefits, this book also includes a month-by-month calendar of tasks to guide gardeners through the year.

Allotment Handbook

The Beginners' Guide to Growing Crops in a Small Place

Author: Simon Akeroyd

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

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Category: Gardening

Page: 256

View: 135

Now in PDF. The beginners' guide to growing fruit and veg Allotment Handbook has everything you need to leave the supermarket behind in favour of tastier and healthier home-grown fruit and veg. Avoid bland, pesticide-tainted produce flown in from the other side of the world and start growing your own with this reassuring guide, complete with a glossary of gardening terms and a picture gallery of common weeds. Allotment Handbook takes you through 10 steps to preparing your plot and teaches you need to know techniques such as sowing, plating, feeding, mulching, watering and weeding. Armed with the basics, you'll learn how to grow over 70 types of fruit and vegetable crops. You'll also find easy projects such as making a simple compost bin and planting a fruit tree and tips to attract wildlife along with simple, delicious ways to enjoy your produce. A handy troubleshooting section covers identifying and dealing with weeds, pests, and diseases. Whether you prefer to start small with a few herbs and veg staples or you are more ambitious and intend to feed your whole family all year round, Allotment Handbook will show you how.

Allotment Handbook

Author: Simon Akeroyd

Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)

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Category: Allotment gardens

Page: 256

View: 481

The beginners' guide to growing fruit and vegAllotment Handbook has everything you need to leave the supermarket behind in favour of tastier and healthier home-grown fruit and veg. Avoid bland, pesticide-tainted produce flown in from the other side of the world and start growing your own with this reassuring guide, complete with a glossary of gardening terms and a picture gallery of common weeds.Allotment Handbook takes you through 10 steps to preparing your plot and teaches you need to know techniques such as sowing, plating, feeding, mulching, watering and weeding. Armed with the basics, you'll learn how to grow over 70 types of fruit and vegetable crops. You'll also find easy projects such as making a simple compost bin and planting a fruit tree and tips to attract wildlife along with simple, delicious ways to enjoy your produce. A handy troubleshooting section covers identifying and dealing with weeds, pests, and diseases.Whether you prefer to start small with a few herbs and veg staples or you are more ambitious and intend to feed your whole family all year round, Allotment Handbook will show you how.

The RHS Allotment Handbook

The Expert Guide for Every Fruit and Veg Grower

Author: Simon Akeroyd

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Allotment gardens

Page: 224

View: 325

Written by expert allotment holders for those who want to get more from their plot, this is the must-have book for all would-be and existing allotmenteers and those who grow their own. Four RHS expert authors share their wisdom and experience on growing fruit, veg and flowers on allotments, and getting the most from allotment life. From getting an allotment to bringing home the carrots!

The RHS Allotment Handbook

What to Do When to Get the Most from Your Plot

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Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

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Page: 224

View: 574

Written by the Royal Horticultural Society's foremost fruit and veg experts, RHS Allotment Handbook & Planner provides the lifestyle-changing advice that gardeners need for growing a year-round supply of healthy, edible crops for their garden. With RHS tried-and-tested varieties, this book covers what to grow, how and where to grow it. Exploring best practice growing advice, allotment life and its numerous benefits, this book also includes a month-by-month calendar of tasks to guide gardeners through the year.

The Allotment Handbook

Author: Caroline Foley

Publisher: New Holland Australia(AU)

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Category: Allotment gardens

Page: 192

View: 710

Allotment gardening is becoming increasingly popular as more and more people discover that growing their own organic vegetables, fruit and herbs is an attractive and achievable option. This text is full of practical information and tips on every aspect of growing produce on an allotment.

Allotments

Author: Twigs Way

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

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Category: Gardening

Page: 64

View: 659

More popular now than ever, the allotment is part of the fabric of British life. This is the ideal story of this phenomenon by the subject’s leading historian.