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Edible Landscaping In The Desert Southwest: Wheelbarrow To Plate By Catherine Crowley
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Edible Landscaping In The Desert Southwest: Wheelbarrow To Plate By Catherine Crowley
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Edible Landscaping in the Desert Southwest: Wheelbarrow to Plate By Catherine Crowley
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You can have a totally edible garden in the Desert Southwest (and other similar year-round climates). Edible fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers can be as decorative in the garden as they are on... More > the dinner table. Change your ornamental garden into a treasure for the eye, a safe environment for family and pets -- and you can eat it too!< Less
Edible Landscaping in the Desert Southwest: Wheelbarrow to Plate By Catherine Crowley
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You can have a totally edible garden in the Desert Southwest (and other similar year-round climates). Edible fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers can be as decorative in the garden as they are on... More > the dinner table. Change your ornamental garden into a treasure for the eye, a safe environment for family and pets -- and you can eat it too!< Less
Homegrown: A Residential Guide to Edibility By Vanessa Gilbert
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This book examines the potential for urban residences to become self-sustaining and productive environments using a ¼ acre lot in Muncie, Indiana as an example. It explores how society has... More > grown further from nature, creating a gap that has resulted in the underutilization of the environment and how permaculture, forest gardening, and paradise gardening reconnect humans to nature while creating more sustainable environments to live in, benefiting nature as well as the health, wealth, and happiness of people and their communities.< Less
Homegrown: A Residential Guide to Edibility By Vanessa Gilbert
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This book examines the potential for urban residences to become self-sustaining and productive environments using a ¼ acre lot in Muncie, Indiana as an example. It explores how society has... More > grown further from nature, creating a gap that has resulted in the underutilization of the environment and how permaculture, forest gardening, and paradise gardening reconnect humans to nature while creating more sustainable environments to live in, benefiting nature as well as the health, wealth, and happiness of people and their communities.< Less
Edible Landscaping 2016 Calendar Deep South & Desert Southwest By Catherine Crowley
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If you live in USDA Zone 9b or higher - this month-by-month planting calendar is for you -- use at your desk or hang on the wall. The Desert Southwest and Deep South are blessed with sunny mild days... More > with little or no frost, allowing for year-round growing of all things edible. It is about paying attention to not only heat, but soil temperatures and daylight hours. Grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and edible flowers with information on when to plant for optimal success, planting tips and maintenance guidance. YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great food from your own backyard.< Less
Edible Landscaping 2017 Calendar Desert Southwest & Deep South By Catherine Crowley
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This ebook is a PDF of the Calendar for 2017, 22830750. Also included at the end is Catherine's tips on pairing herbs and spices with foods. If you live in USDA Zone 9b or higher - this... More > month-by-month planting calendar is for you. The Desert Southwest and Deep South are blessed with sunny days with little or no frost, allowing for year-round growing of all things edible. It is about paying attention to not only heat, but soil temperatures and daylight hours. Grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and edible flowers with information on when to plant for optimal success, planting tips and maintance guidance. YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great food from your own backyard.< Less
Edible Landscaping 2017 Calendar Desert Southwest & Deep South By Catherine Crowley
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If you live in USDA Zone 9b or higher -- this month-by-month planting calendar is for you -- use at your desk or hang on the wall. The Desert Southwest and Deep South are blessed with sunny days and... More > mild winters with little or no frost, allowing for year-round growing of all things edible. It is about paying attention to not only heat, but soil temperatures and daylight hours. For example: Tomatoes and Basil are warm weather crops during those long sunny days, whereas Kale, lettuces and roots are cool weather crops for the short daylight hour times of the year. Grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and edible flowers with information on when to plant for optimal success, planting tips and maintenance guidance. YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great food from your own backyard.< Less
Edible Landscaping 2017 Calendar Desert Southwest & Deep South By Catherine Crowley
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The Desert Southwest (Phoenix, Arizona Valley of the Sun) is blessed with 300+ sunny days in a climate similar to the Mediterranean part of the world. We can grow vegetables, herbs, fruits and... More > edible flowers year-round here. Paying attention to not only heat, but soil temperatures and daylight hours, helps the beginning gardener. If you live in USDA Zone 9b (Deep South) or above, or Sunset Magazine Zone 13 -- this calendar will work for you too! Most of the best success is attributed to understanding when to plant for the variety. Tomatoes and Basil (as an example) are warm weather crops, which like their soil warm, whereas kale, lettuces and roots are cool weather crops, which like their feet cool. With this month-by-month planting guide and tips YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great tasting and nutritious food from your own backyard.< Less