For those who understand the significance of home-grown foods to surviving and thriving in difficult times, F. F. Rockwell's no-nonsense Home Vegetable Gardening: A Complete And Practical Guide To The Planting And Care Of All Vegetables, Fruits And Berries Worth Growing For Home Use, may be the best single volume, practical manual of family-feeding, high-yield home gardening ever compiled. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
F. F. Rockwell authored the book "Home Vegetable Gardening" in the early 1900's, together with many articles on gardening and plants.
ok... not a must have book does not have any secret stuff... just good infoPublished 18 days ago by fretter
Good tips, very old school, which we need more of unless we all want to look like blobs of protoplasm from the hormones in food now.Published 4 months ago by Ralph R. Bowers
i never bought this so i can't write a review on it i don't know how this got in my reviewsPublished 14 months ago by Richard Button
I bought this for my Sister and it is great for begginers and I even got some tips from it.Not a bad book.It is quite small but concise...Published 15 months ago by James Pochedly
I download this for my husband to help him with his vegetable gardening this year. Since we are in Texas, gardening is harder than usual. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Brittnee Laverty
Good information but I studied Civil Engineering in school and this was a little confusing. Hard to comprehend what the author was trying to say. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Carl
Even if written long ago, so much is still relevant. What can I say with 16 more words? This feedback program makes me say at least 20 words of something so here it is.Published on July 5, 2013 by Eugene J.
It gave me the basics I needed too do the gardening I done last summer.I liked reading it