Barbara Pleasant has written five books for Storey, including the Garden Writer's Association 2003 Garden Globe Award of Achievement winner, Garden Stone. She lives in Virginia.
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Organized by size, type, climate. Cucumbers and squash, cilantro and dill, butter cup and butternut squash, pole beans and onions. Lots of high quality.Published 16 days ago by Gretchen M. Grufman
Not as useful as I had hoped, but your mileage may vary. Worth a look, definitely. Perhaps borrow it from the library first?Published 2 months ago by Genuine Redhead
great ideas, some of which I would use and some which seem kinda impractical.Published 3 months ago by Wendy D.
Good book, has good info even though specificly covers particular plans.Published 3 months ago by THOMAS GREILING
Useful and reassuring. :) Exactly what I need to expand my gardening ambitions next year.Published 3 months ago by Beth Belch
Imagine a world in which small vegetable gardens are common in the backyards and on the balconies and rooftops of homes no matter where people are living, bringing a whole new... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Human Security Advocate
I have absorbed this book. Love the ideas and hope to have the money next year to implement them. Have lots of room and big ideas; might have to get a second job to support... Read morePublished 5 months ago by N. J. Scott-Smith
There were some good ideas that were new to me and I have been oranic gardening for 10 years. I would recommend for beginners but if you have been doing it for awhile like me you... Read morePublished 5 months ago by diannerae