1. Thousands of gardeners are discovering the joys of growing heirloom vegetables and fruits...older, classic, often rare varieties now difficult to obtain from commercial nurseries and seed companies. Older varieties are often better adapted to specific local growing conditions, offer a rich...
  2. In this publication there are more than 250 tips to maximize your gardening success.
  3. Joing the ranks of gardeners who are discovering that they can harvest more from less space, and with less effort. Find out how it's possible to keep the garden producing year-round, not matter where you live. All the techniques you need to turn your garden into a lush, productive, nonstop...
  4. Presents information on the characteristics, planting, cultivation, harvesting, and culinary uses of traditional Chinese greens cucurbits, snow peas, beans, cabbages, and herbs.
  5. You'll find everything you will need to know about each plant's growing habits, climatic needs, cultural requirements, soil and moisture preferences; extra carethat can produce a superior crop; harvestting and storing each vegetable, its value as a food and how to prepare and serve it. Sources of...
  6. In order to be successful, this publication tells what vegetables will do best in our particular locality and soil, how long they will take to mature so that we can plan a continuous supply, and what fertilzers and manures to use, and how to deal with those pests and diseases that bedevil the...
  7. Once a fringe topic, permaculture is moving to the mainstream as organic gardeners discover the wisdom of a simple system that emphasizes the simple idea that by taking care of the earth, the earth takes care of you.The Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permacultureis for home gardeners of every...
  8. This publication, Gardening Nutritious Vegetables, is the proceedings of the International Vegetable Improvement Gardening Workshop held in Thailand. The proceedings contain country reports and detailed strategies for initiating garden programs in Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines. It also...
  9. Noted horticulturist Richard Merrill and award-winning cookbook author Joe Ortiz have teamed up to bring you the ultimate no-nonsense guide to cultivating and cooking from a kitchen garden. Exhaustively researched and easy to use,The Gardener’s Tableoffers a complete plan for maintaining a cook’s...
  10. The Crandalls how how anything that growns in a conventional garden can be grown in a container. This includes such unlikely candidates as asparagus, pumpkins,corn--even fruits such as apples, apricots, peaches, pears and figs. Container gardening also makes it possible for people in cold...