The Edible Garden by Alys Fowler - Review

Disclosure: I received this book at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Just because you don't live in the country and don't own a tractor, doesn't mean you can't grow your own little urban farm of food. The Edible Garden by Alys Fowler is a fantastic resource! This guide will show you everything you need to know to become a self-sufficient gardener. You will learn all about starting a garden and what to grow. You'll learn where to grow your foods, such as in the ground, in a pot, or on a windowsill. She'll teach you how to save and store the seeds for replanting too.
An urban garden can be a beautiful place and Alys will also show you how! You'll learn how to grow vegetables that taste good and provide a plentiful harvest. She'll even give you tips on creating edible gift bouquets that are beautiful. This book also has many recipes that will turn your harvest into jams, jellies, chutneys, soups, cakes, teas, liquors, pickles, and hearty meals. There are over 250 fabulous pages with lots of full color photos. The Edible Garden is a wonderful and thorough guide for both the novice and the experienced urban gardener!
Pick up your copy of The Edible Garden at the Amazon link below!

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