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Knowledge is power! These organic gardening books, written by experts in various fields, have been especially chosen to give you the information required to be a master grower. Whether you’re looking for soil improvement and composting know-how, guides to successful vegetable production or how to grow indoors under lights, you’ll find the best reads here!
A best-seller since 1986 — includes color photos, charts, drawings and graphs!
How to identify and safely eliminate more than 70 unwanted plants.
Author Judy White offers tips and tricks for glorious displays year after year.
A good read for parents who want to get their kids outside and eating healthy.
Inspiration from 20 farmers (and activists) bringing food and ideas to your plate.
More than three-hundred recipes for making the most of fresh, seasonal foods.
Covers everything you need to know to grow fresh, healthy veggies all year long.
A well-written guide to home-scale permaculture for urban and suburban growers.
This nifty instructional booklet will help you get the most from your vegetable plot.
A comprehensive grafting course, accompanied by line drawings and photographs.
Chock-full of practical, useful information for both novices and experts alike.
Written by a small farmer who makes his living growing over 200 strains of garlic.
A low-maintenance way to grow a bounty of food in a small space.
Step-by-step instructions will have you making delicious cheeses in no time.
How to easily grow, prepare and use your own hops, malts and brewing herbs.
Essential know-how for keeping (not killing) more than 160 indoor plants.
Everything you ever wanted to know about mulch, plus advice for specific vegetables.
Learn how to grow crisp and delicious SUPER foods for just pennies per day!
The complete guide to building and operating your own hydroponic setup.
A hardcover horticultural diary that’s undated and will last at least five years.
One of the best for documenting your love of all things green and growing.
Tending small flocks in cities, suburbs and other small spaces. Paperback, 160 pp.
Discover the homegrown goodness of putting up your own fruits, veggies and herbs.