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Step-by-step Veg Patch : How to Grow Your Own Food in Australia - Lucy Chamberlain

Step-by-step Veg Patch

How to Grow Your Own Food in Australia

By: Lucy Chamberlain

Hardcover | 2 July 2020 | Edition Number 1

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Have you started growing your own food yet?

Do you need the basics before you get started, or want to know how to grow a specific fruit or vegetable but are unsure how? This book makes it as easy as possible!

Step-by-step Veg Patch: How to Grow Your Own Food in Australia contains brilliantly simple instructions on how to grow the most common vegetables, fruits and herbs (including 275 varieties), especially designed for Australian climates.

You just look up the crop you want to grow, then follow the photographic instructions and practical advice about starting, nurturing, harvesting and pruning. This fully revised edition includes clear and helpful yearly planners for vegetables and fruit crops, as well as information on how to plan and prepare your space.

Whether you have a few pots inside, a small raised bed, a vegetable patch or a larger area, this is the one-stop shop for anyone wanting to grow and eat their own food.

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