2 edition of Suburban and farm vegetable gardens found in the catalog.
Suburban and farm vegetable gardens
James H. Beattie
|Statement||by James H. Beattie and Robert E. Wester.|
|Series||Home and garden bulletin -- no. 9|
|Contributions||Wester, Robert E. 1905-, United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|LC Classifications||TX7 .U6 no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||52000224|
This garden design is quite cool. If you like to add flowers to your vegetable garden plans, then you’ll love this design. They plant a variety of vegetables in the center of the garden. This is great because then you can have more options throughout the growing season. Read this book review for The Suburban Micro-Farm by Amy Stross, which is a great book for new and advanced gardeners. The Suburban Micro-Farm Vegetable Gardening .
The minutes-a-day garden is just one tool that I share in The Suburban Micro-Farm. Readers will also learn tips for dealing with their specific challenges (poor soil, shade, sloping land, etc.). They’ll learn how to get organized for planning and planting, how to spot problems and troubleshoot, ideas to manage water for no-work irrigation. It’s always fun to get to check out a new book before the rest of the world sees it. And The Suburban Micro-Farm by Amy Stross was no exception. This gardening book really does cover it all, and there is plenty for both the beginner, and advanced gardener.
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"A suburban micro-farmer myself, I love Stross's no-nonsense advice, colorful pictures, and detailed organizational planning. From creating rich soil to composting, planting vegetables to growing fruit trees or kitchen herbs, The Suburban Micro-Farm is jam-packed with information and deserves a spot on your bookshelf."/5(90).
Amy Stross has written a great book for busy urban gardeners. The Suburban Micro-Farm provides great gardening tips and tricks for creating food gardens in just 15 minutes a day.
Grow vegetables, berries and fruits right in your city backyard. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wester, Robert E. (Robert Emerson), Suburban and farm vegetable gardens. Washington, D.C.: Suburban and farm vegetable gardens book.
Dept. of Agriculture. A must-read for suburban growers, The Suburban Micro-Farm will inspire you to make the most of your small yard and empower you to grow more food than you thought possible!"—Teri Page @ "The Suburban Micro-Farm should be the go-to resource for the time-crunched suburbanite foodie.
This is the book that will turn any yard no. Amy Stross is a permaculture gardener, writer, educator, and author of The Suburban Micro-Farm, with a varied background in home-scale food production. As a professional gardener and permaculture designer, she specializes in ecologically regenerative and productive landscapes.
Her own (former) acre micro-farm was a thriving example, including berry bushes, fruit trees, herbs, flowers. Wow. Amy shares so much information in her book, The Suburban Micro-Farm. As an experimental gardener with a small lot, I found the information in this book to extremely useful and easy to implement.
It's a very thorough coverage of how to sustainably garden and grow your own food on your land, and I was very s: In urban and suburban areas across the country, farms and gardens are growing atop the rooftops of residential and commercial buildings.
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Grow and eat food naturally, the way it should be. The Suburban Micro Farm. Before I get into the backyard permaculture projects, I wanted to let you know about an awesome book that my friend Amy from Tenth Acre Farm wrote: The Suburban Micro Farm: Modern Solutions for Busy People.
This book is perfect if you are interested in permaculture and don’t know where to start. Using his ‘WORD’ garden technique, Smith has created a thoroughly research and well loved vegetable gardening book.
The vegetable gardeners bible shows you everything from how to plant your seeds to how to make your own compost. There is also some information about growing herbs and small fruits giving your garden a little more variety. I find myself turning to this book regularly. Winner of the GOLD Nonfiction Book Award, the Gold Foreword Indies Award, and the SILVER Nautilus Award for Green Living & Sustainability.
Reduce your lawn and your grocery budget. Take gardening to the next level. The Suburban Micro-Farm shows you how to grow your own fruits, herbs, and vegetables even on a limited schedule.
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When I first read about The Suburban Micro-Farm book I was excited to read it and I was not disappointed. I really love this book. Amy Stross is an expert in her field of gardening. Her background experience of gardening and micro-gardening gives insight to a world most people don’t know about: turning a suburban lawn in to a suburban garden/5(30).
Her own acre micro-farm became a thriving example, with berry bushes, fruit trees, herbs, flowers, and vegetable gardens. Amy also founded and ran a 5-year community food forest project at her local university, which included a variety of edible gardens.
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Gardening starts in January, with the dream.” – Josephine Nuese. Starting your own suburban micro farm begins with the dream, and should be. LA - The Suburban Micro-Farm Book Description Filled with ideas on ecologically friendly ways to grow food in small suburban spaces, this engaging guide invites us to consider our own yard – whatever its size – as a source of sustainable food production.
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