Hands in the Dirt

Hands in the Dirt

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With the cost of living rising, growing our own vegetables makes complete sense.

Leah Evans shows us how in this straightforward book. She begins with heaps of easy-to-understand advice on how to start gardening: growing in small spaces and containers, building great soil and compost, growing from seed, transplanting, companion planting and much much more.

There is detailed information on eleven easy-to-grow, nutritious kitchen-garden staples: beetroot, beans, broccoli, carrots, cucumber, herbs, pumpkin, leafy greens, potatoes, zucchini and tomatoes. Includes tips for pest and disease control, growing healthy crops and harvesting. Plus garden-to-kitchen home cooking, basic preserving, inspiration for leftovers, and tasty, easy-to-make, hearty recipes.

Food security has become one of the most pressing issues today, and Hands in the Dirt teaches the basics that have been lost. It's the must-have book for every beginner gardener, everyone after some garden inspiration and every home cook.



Leah Evans

272 pages

H: 230mm W: 170mm

Weight: 684 grams