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Book Review: Garden Anywhere by Alys Fowler | Gardening books, Container gardening, Garden
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Once you're finished with Afterpay you'll be taken back to Trade Me. So you really do need that photo. I don't know why more garden-book authors don't take this approach. The other very clever thing about this book: it's organized by season, starting with cool-season plants like radishes and leeks, and works its way through the year, including information on seasonal flowers and shrubs. Bartley also includes recipes by season, which is another thing I'm surprised more garden book authors haven't done.
Because even if your "kitchen gardening," practice is as simple as a Topsy-Turvy planter and a couple of pots of herbs on the porch, you know the phrase "nature's bounty," has a painful side, too. What the hell do you do with five Schnucks bags full of cherry tomatoes? Hopefully you have a grandmother who survived the Depression who can pickle them for you.
And if there's still some left over, well, there's a nice tomato quiche recipe on the next page. Contact Us. Skip to main content.
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