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I have a small, jealously guarded library of best-ever food gardening books, most of them now out of print, and all authored by gardeners who spent at least as much time growing food as writing. So when one of these classics comes back into print, I m excited. The New Self-Sufficient Gardener by John Seymour is the latest case in point... A fan of deep-bed gardening, his book shows how to get the most out of small amounts of land. All these principles work as well on a hundred-square-foot city garden as on a farm... The result is a book that's loaded with large, engaging color illustrations of fruits, vegetables, composting, whole gardens, greenhouses, chicken coops, trellising, beekeeping, pruning, grafting, and just about every other food-growing activity you can think of. --Sunset Magazine
Can one have too many gardening books? One of my favorites.Published 1 month ago by Robin J. Zaleski
The book is great for beginners to the Gardner who has done it for yrs. It covers most everything its my go to book for my garden.Published 2 months ago by Tina Edwards
This book is one of the best I've seen out there. My neighbor gave his to me to look at, I ordered it the same day, and his copy was very old, but very good information.Published 5 months ago by djohnah
Update of a classic, and still terrific. The best part, IMO, is the breakdown of common garden plants.Published 6 months ago by D. Barry
This book is excellent. Very informative. It really opened my eyes to how technical gardening can be.Published 8 months ago by Lucas Mihuta