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Vegetables and Herbs

Liam McCann

Publisher: G2 Rights

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Summary

Growing vegetables and herbs at home is easy and rewarding as long as you choose the best time to plant the right seeds. Some require a little TLC while others will happily look after themselves.
You don't need to tend a dedicated area in your garden as most vegetables herbs will thrive next to flowers or in containers on balconies or windowsills, or preferably in a plot or on an allotment.
This informative little ebook looks at the origins and history of many of the world's most popular vegetables herbs as well as teaching you the best way to grow them.
Available since: 07/10/2020.
Print length: 96 pages.

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