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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
Arizona's Edible Seasons - Summer 2007 By Catherine Crowley
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A colorful Arizona magazine devoted to growing, finding, and using edibles. Gardeners in USDA Zone 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will find the planting charts and plant information equally helpful. And cooks all... More > over will enjoy the recipes. Crossword puzzle fans can test their herb knowledge. In Arizona, residents enjoy a year-round lifestyle, including gardening and cooking. Included are color photos of the plants and critters of the garden. When to grow herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers of all kinds. Where to find local farm produce. How to cook, use and enjoy the bounty. Bring "greening" into your life. This premier issue is sold at a discount off future issue price $3.95 ($4.95 regular). Visit my store for more issues www.lulu.com/herbs2u< Less
Arizona's Edible Seasons - Fall 2007 By Catherine Crowley
eBook (PDF): $4.95
A colorful Arizona magazine devoted to growing, finding, and using edibles. Gardening, cooking and produce shopping help for September, October & November. Gardeners in USDA Zone 6, 7, 8, 9 and... More > 10 will find the planting charts and plant information equally helpful. And cooks all over will enjoy the recipes. Crossword puzzle fans can test their herb knowledge. In Arizona, residents enjoy a year-round lifestyle, including gardening and cooking. Included are color photos of the plants and critters of the garden. When to grow herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers of all kinds. Where to find local farm produce. How to cook, use and enjoy the bounty. Bring "greening" into your life. New with this issue are some USA city gardening cross-references and collectible plant ID cards. Visit my store for more products www.lulu.com/herbs2u< Less
Edible Landscaping a Month-By-Month Calendar Desert Southwest & USDA Zone 9b 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. Extra pages for your notes are included.< Less
Edible Landscaping a Month-By-Month Calendar Desert Southwest & USDA Zone 9b By Catherine Crowley
eBook (PDF): $17.99
If you live in USDA Zone 9b or higher -- this month-by-month planting calendar is for you to view on any device which reads PDF files. You can also print any or all pages. The Desert Southwest and... More > Deep South are blessed with sunny days and 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. Extra pages for your notes are included which can be printed out as needed.< Less
Arizona's Edible Seasons - Winter 2007-08 By Catherine Crowley
eBook (PDF): $4.95
"Arizona's Edible Seasons" is a colorful, quarterly magazine (December, January, February) devoted to growing, finding, and using edibles. Gardeners in USDA Zone 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will find... More > the planting charts and plant information equally helpful. And cooks all over will enjoy the recipes. Crossword puzzle fans can test their herb knowledge. In Arizona, residents enjoy a year-round lifestyle, including gardening and cooking. Included are color photos of the plants and critters of the garden; when to grow herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers of all kinds; where to find local farm produce; and how to cook, use and enjoy the bounty. We also bring ideas on "greening" into your life. In this issue also find cross references to other USA city gardening and collectible plant ID cards. Find classes by The Herb Lady.< Less
Nôtre Potager By Jeremy Merrill
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People living in urban and suburban areas are disconnected from agriculture. The food that we consume is grown many miles from our homes and we have little knowledge of how that food travels from... More > seed to plate. Incorporating edible landscapes into public land in cities brings us into direct contact with the food we eat. Edible landscapes are neighborhood scale sites with the specific purpose of producing food. Edible landscapes were typically developed with a focus on food production and little attention to aesthetics, the general public often thinks of these landscapes as messy and farm-like. Through quality design edible landscapes can be productive and aesthetically pleasing. The combination of these ideals creates exciting and unique solutions that differ from the edible landscapes of the past. Attention to site and community design principles as well as growing conditions results in a new type of public landscape that can enhance a community’s appearance while feeding its residents.< Less
Valley of The Sun Gardening Calendar - 2015 By Catherine The Herb Lady & Deane Stanton, Photographer
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Blessed with 300+ sunny days in a climate similar to the Mediterranean part of the world, the Valley of The Sun (Phoenix, Arizona Metro) we can grow vegetables, herbs and fruits year-round here. ... More > Most of the success is attributed to understanding when to plant for the variety. Tomatoes and Basil are warm weather crops, whereas kale, lettuces and roots are cool weather crops. With this month-by-month planting guide and tips YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great food from your own backyard. If you live in USDA Zone 9b or Sunset Magazine Zone 13 - this calendar will work for you too!< Less
Desert Gardening Success - Perpetual Calendar By Herbs 2 U
eBook (PDF): $6.00
Originally created as a calendar for the year 2015, all of the planting and sowing information remains the same year to year. Subtropical desert areas have a 365 day growing season! Whether you are... More > in the deserts of the Phoenix Metro area, California deserts, or even Alice Springs, Australia you CAN grow all the wonderful edibles year round.< Less
Gatewood Urban Homestead By Bob Waldrop
eBook (PDF): $12.50
This is a permaculture design for a site in a densely populated neighborhood close to downtown Oklahoma City. Topics covered include earth works, nutrient management,food production, shelter, access,... More > energy, water, community, economics, budget, hazards, and staging. Extensive appendices including species lists, resources, book lists, and how-to materials. Permaculture is the art and science of designing sustainable human habitations and systems.< Less

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