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Introduction; 1. The salad bowl; 2. Down to roots; 3. Everyday veg; 4. Herb corner; 5. Fruity treats; 6. Delicious blooms; 7. Eggstra special; 8. Around the house; 9. The store cupboard, 10. Gardening tips and tricks; Resources and further reading; Index.
Linda Gray has many years' gardening and housekeeping experience. After reclaiming an acre of forgotten land, her priority was to feed her family from that. She and her children produced organic food and kept hens. Linda runs a gardening website and has written a number of books and articles focusing on health, good food and gardening.
'The book covers the commoner veg, fruit and herbs very well. Not only how to grow them but also how to use them in the kitchen. All in all, this is an excellent book for the novice gardener who wants to start growing their own groceries.' www.gardenaction.co.uk. 'I love this book. It includes everything and is very easy to read. I would recommend it to anybody that was thinking of growing anything.' 'Great! I now know why my cucumbers didn't survive and how to keep ths slugs off my lettuces. Great book - I will be referring to this alot!' www.thebabywebsite.com readers. 'In a lively style Linda provides all you need to know for growing herbs and vegetables.' Good Life Book Club. 'A real cut-and-come again book which is both informative and entertaining, with comprehensive sections on everything from herbs to home freezing.' Scotlands New Homebuyer Magazine. 'If you would like to start growing your own veg, or already do and need a bit more help this book is a must!.' Families Surrey West.