The complete illustrated guide to planning, growing, storing and preserving your own garden produce from 'the grand master of self-sufficiency' (Kitchen Garden), John Seymour John Seymouras classic guide gives you the knowledge and expertise to create your own self-sufficient garden and produce what you need. Whatever the size of your space, discover how to garden organically and maximise your harvest, without the need for radical changes to your lifestyle. From cultivating vegetables to making cider, keeping chickens to training vines, youall garden in tune with the seasons, growing for the year, eating for today and storing for tomorrow. No specialist knowledge required: just clearly explained principles and practicalities ideal for any gardener.I often cloche a summer sowing; alternatively, chervil grows well indoors in containers. Harvesting You can eat chervil from six to eight weeks after sowing. Cut the leaves off with scissors before the plant flowers. Chervil is tricky to dry, becauseanbsp;...
|Title||:||The New Self-Sufficient Gardener|
|Publisher||:||Dorling Kindersley Ltd - 2008-10-01|