Huw Richards set himself a challenge – to be self-sufficient by growing his own fruits and vegetables for free for a year. He succeeded, and now wants to help you do the same.
Can't afford a raised bed? Try repurposing an old wooden pallet.
Don't want to spend money on buying plants? Look in the fridge and your kitchen cupboards for food that you can plant.
"Updated for its 30th anniversary edition; This book] remains as relevant as ever."--New York Times Book Review
As factory farming continues to dominate food production, a growing movement insists that a hands-on connection to food and the land that produces it cannot be set aside. In Grown & Gathered, Matt and Lentil Purbrick present a sumptuously photographed guide to living alongside nature and returning to an ancient way of life.
Winner of the Garden Media Guild (UK) Practical Book of the Year Award for 2017
Choosing locally grown organic food is a sustainable living trend that's taken hold throughout North America. Celebrated farming expert Eliot Coleman helped start this movement with The New Organic Grower published 20 years ago. He continues to lead the way, pushing the limits of the harvest season while working his world-renowned organic farm in Harborside, Maine.
Microgreens - the young seedlings of herbs, vegetables, beans, seeds, and grains contain four to six times the vitamins and phytochemicals found in mature leaves of the same plants. These great tasting nutritional powerhouses are cropping up in gourmet restaurants and trendy farmers markets everywhere.
Fight garden pests and increase your yields the natural way with this tried and true technique!
Planting vegetables and flowers together is one of the oldest ways to create a healthy, bountiful garden; but there’s more to the method than you might think.
Gardening YouTube sensation Huw Richards shows how to inexpensively grow year-round vegetables from just one raised bed.
Keyed to a temperate coastal climate but adaptable to variations in temperature and rainfall, Huw's clear, practical advice will help you produce a bountiful harvest with minimal space and effort.
In Field Guide to Urban Gardening, author Kevin Espiritu of Epic Gardening shares the basics of growing plants, offers tips on how to choose the right urban gardening method, and troubleshoots the most common problems you’ll encounter.
If you think it’s impossible to grow your own food because you don’t have a large yard or you live in the city&he
Even in winter’s coldest months you can harvest fresh, delicious produce. Drawing on insights gained from years of growing vegetables in Nova Scotia, Niki Jabbour shares her simple techniques for gardening throughout the year.
“Size matters! Andrea Bellamy shares creative ways to grow a wide array of vegetables, fruits, and herbs in diminutive settings, year-round.” —Debra Prinzing, author, speaker, and podcaster
Small-Space Vegetable Gardens explains the basics of growing a bounty of edibles in a minimal amount of space.
Mycelium Running is a manual for the mycological rescue of the planet. That’s right: growing more mushrooms may be the best thing we can do to save the environment, and in this groundbreaking text from mushroom expert Paul Stamets, you’ll find out how.