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The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in Southern California (Regional Vegetable Gardening Series) Paperback – January 13, 2016
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From the Back Cover
How do you use the summer heat to grow the most delicious tomatoes? Which months are the best for sowing carrot or beet seeds? How can you make the most of your bountiful harvest during the winter months? Geri Miller answers all these questions and more. Monthly planning guides show exactly what you can do in the garden from January through December, and you’ll learn skills that go beyond the basics with tutorials on overwintering, making seed pots, drying herbs, and building cold frames. Also included are a comprehensive gardening primer and an A to Z of edibles—a detailed, invaluable source for the region’s tried-and-tested varieties.
Whether you are just starting your season or looking for ways to extend it, this is your guide to producing a bountiful, year-round harvest in Southern California.
About the Author
Certified master gardener and horticulturist Geri Galian Miller is the founder of Home Grown Edible Landscapes. She is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and author of her own blog, GroEdibles.
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PROS:-about 25% of the book is devoted to the culture of specific crops, although presented entirely separate from the month to month guide.. This section has some potential, although it is anything but comprehensive. Is it possible that there is no mention of spinach at all? Not even in the two page planting guide. But there is a section on agretti, if that is on your list of must have crops...Additionally, nowhere are there suggested varieties that would perform well here in So CA.