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Food Grown Right in Your Backyard is an excellent book for the home gardener.
I'd recommend this book to anyone, whether you're just thinking about starting a garden or already have one and want to learn how to get more out of it.
This book is clear, concise, beautifully illustrated with lots of good information!
I was tempted to give fewer stars, but to be fair, the cover does say this is a beginner's book. But for example, they explain that the edible part of lettuce is its leaves... Read morePublished 8 months ago by amy
Brad and Colin have a way of explaining things clearly. I'm a fairly experienced gardener, and I found a ton of information in here that I still find to be useful. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nina
I dabble at gardening. That is, I have several vegetable and herb plants, and some do well and some don't. I read gardening books and yet still feel unprepared. Read morePublished 13 months ago by V.T.
This book has many great tips for the beginner gardener. It is my main gardening book. Lots of lovely pictures too.Published 14 months ago by Emily Bartow
The book is easy to understand and has given a step by step method for planting and caring for a garden.Published 18 months ago by Margaret Cook
Very thorough, gave me the information to help build my confidence with gardening. Step by step instruction, troubleshooting, anything you might want or need...it's wonderful!Published 18 months ago by m kemper
This book is clear, concise, beautifully illustrated with lots of good information! I would recommend it to beginning and experienced gardeners alike.Published 18 months ago by Sheila Filan
I have 23 acres off the grid, a mix of mountain and pasture land (on the opposite side of the country from Seattle by the way). Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ahoy Wanton Mull
Living in the Pacific North West I needed specific information for the local climate. This is the book has that information.Published 19 months ago by Doug Follett