The Organic Salad Garden

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Frances Lincoln Limited, Jun 1, 2003 - Gardening - 168 pages
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This fully revised and updated edition (previously published as The Salad Garden) includes extensive new material, particularly on oriental and fruiting vegetables and ornamental gardening, and is now entirely based on organic gardening practices. A guide to growing more than 200 salad plants, this book covers every aspect from site preparation to harvesting, detailing special techniques for growing salad plants and containing full descriptions of all the main salad vegetables with advice on the best varieties for growing and for flavour.

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User Review  - Sarah Kingston - Goodreads

Lots of good info on any vegetable you can think of. She describes her methods for her location (in England), and suggests ways of modifying them. There are also recipes. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Joy Larkcom is Britain's most respected vegetable garden maker and gardening writer. She has contributed to many magazines and newspapers, radio and TV programmes and has lectured all over the world. Her accolades include the Garden Writer of the Year award (three times); Lifetime Achievement Award from the Garden Writers' Guild in 2003, and the Veitch Memorial Medal for horticulture, the RHS's highest honour, in 1993. Her other titles for Frances Lincoln are Oriental Vegetables (ISBN 9780711236128), Grow Your Own Vegetables (ISBN 9780711219632) and The Organic Salad Garden (ISBN 9780711222045).

Roger Phillips is the author of many books, including Trees of North America and Europe. He lives in England.

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