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Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape Naturally

Rediscover the timeless wisdom of integrating beauty and bounty in your garden with the reprinted classic, first published in 1986, now back by popular demand.

This book stands as the definitive guide on edible landscaping, blending practical gardening with aesthetic pleasure.

Journey through a step-by-step process to design a garden that flourishes with vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs, serving both ornamental and culinary purposes.

Unlock the secrets of cultivating plants across various temperate habitats, enriching soil, mastering tree pruning, and delighting in gourmet recipes crafted from your garden’s yield.

Beyond mere cultivation, this guide teaches you to attract beneficial insects with companion plants, and utilize landscaping to protect your home from erosion, heat, wind, and cold.

Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a green-thumbed novice, this book offers invaluable insights into creating a productive, low-maintenance garden that harmonizes with nature’s rhythms.

Dive into the world of edible landscaping and transform your garden into a haven of utility and beauty.

With detailed plant descriptions, soil improvement techniques, and eco-friendly gardening tips, this classic is your companion in crafting an environment that celebrates the union of form and function.

Welcome back to a gardening tradition that continues to inspire and inform gardeners everywhere.

"Cover of the classic guide on edible landscaping, illustrating a lush garden that combines vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs for beauty and bounty."

Author: Robert Kourik

Publisher: Metamorphic Press

ISBN: 9780961584894

Pages: 382  

Country: UK  

Language: English  

Dimension: 8.25 x 11 inch