RHS Greener Gardening: Vegetables

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Author: Royal Horticultural Society Sally Nex

Category: Lifestyle , Sport & leisure

Book Format: Hardback

Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

ISBN: 9781784729301

RRP: $45.00

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Build your vegetable garden on sustainable, eco-friendly foundations from the start with this new guide to growing your own fresh, organic food.

Greener Gardening: Vegetables is the perfect handbook for all seasons, helping budding and experienced gardeners alike in their journey towards a greener way of gardening. The book covers:

– Setting up a new vegetable garden so it works hard for you and the environment

– A wide ranging directory of vegetables organized by harvesting season

– Methods for sowing and growing, plus advice on troubleshooting and saving seed

– ‘Tasks to do’ reminders for keeping on top of garden maintenance each season

– ‘Do It Greener’ reminders of quick and easy way to get greener results

You will find new ideas on every page to keep your garden productive and sustainable for years to come.

Sally Nex (Author)

Sally Nex is a gardener and writer whose work promoting sustainable techniques has appeared in leading national publications including Gardener’s World, the Guardian, Grow Your Own and the RHS’s The Garden. She travels the country presenting talks on a range of subjects and is a prominent voice in the movement for Gardening Without Plastic. Her passionate for sustainable gardening has earned her the Garden Media Guild Beth Chatto Environmental Award in 2019. Her most recent books include RHS How to Garden the Low-Carbon Way, and RHS Can I Grow Potatoes In Pots?

Royal Horticultural Society (Author)

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is the UK’s largest gardening charity (625k members), dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening. Its charitable work includes providing expert advice and information, training the next generation of gardeners and promoting the ecological, aesthetic and psychological benefits of gardening in an urban environment.

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