Unlock the secrets of a garden that grows itself with Perennial Vegetables.
Venture beyond the realm of annual tilling and discover a treasure trove of vegetables that offer not just ease but a perpetual, low-maintenance feast.
Imagine a garden where vegetables mingle with your perennial flowers, demanding no more attention than the blooms that grace your beds and borders.
His isn’t a fantasy. In Perennial Vegetables, Eric Toensmeier, acclaimed author of Edible Forest Gardens, guides you through a garden of the extraordinary.
Beyond asparagus and rhubarb lies a world of edible wonders like ground cherries, ramps, and the antioxidant powerhouse goji berries—crops once exclusive to gourmet menus.
Toensmeier doesn’t just introduce you to these resilient plants; he teaches you how to cultivate, care for, and harvest them, transforming your garden into a year-round food source.
This book is more than a guide; it’s an invitation to enrich your table and soil with over 100 perennial species, complemented by vibrant photos, practical growing tips, delicious recipes, and invaluable resources.
Perfect for edible landscaping or permaculture enthusiasts, Perennial Vegetables redefines what a vegetable garden can be.
It’s a pioneering journey into the world of perennials that promises to heal the ground and fill your plates.
Let this book be your guide to a garden that grows itself year after year, opening your eyes to the sustainable bliss of edible perennials.
Author: Eric Toensmeier
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
Dimension: 8 x 10 inch