Book: The Self-Sufficient Garden (Grow your Own)


KLAUS LAITENBERGER: ‘The Self-Sufficient Garden.’ It’s a practical guide on how to grow the 30 most common vegetables and to plan how to get a year-round supply of fresh vegetables from your own garden. An essential guide to growing and maintaining a self-sufficient garden. Incorporating both sustainability and practicality, it demonstrates the possibility to grow in a way that promotes biodiversity whilst producing a sizeable harvest. It conveys the fundamental preparatory measures for beginning a self-sufficient garden. It can be referred to for precise instructions on spacing and storing your vegetables. It is based on a specific model which can be applied to any plot. Detailing the thirty most important vegetable crops, it is a condensed formula for self-sufficiency. Written in consideration of the traditional and modern obstacles facing gardeners today, The Self-Sufficient Garden reaches for a natural and productive symbiosis.

Allergy Information

(1) Cereals containing gluten, (2) Crustaceans, (3) Eggs, (4) Fish, (5) Peanuts, (6) Soybeans, (7) Milk, (8) Nuts, (9) Celery, (10) Mustard, (11) Sesame Seeds, (12) Sulphur Dioxide and Sulphites, (13) Lupin, (14) Molluscs

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Vendor: The Cottage Market Cavan

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