Vegetable Gardening in the North

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Vegetable Gardening in the North, by award-winning garden author Doug Green, explains how to successfully grow vegetables in challenging climates - whether it be the northeast, northern plains or Canada. Doug has been successfully gardening and writing for beginner gardeners for over 30 years - he’s been there and done that. And he does it by answering the questions beginners want to know. More

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Words: 33,130
Language: English
ISBN: 9781897395110
About Douglas Green

Doug Green is an award-winning garden author, author of 8 dead-tree books, and a 30-year veteran nurseryman growing thousands of species of specialist plants. He now owns and writes almost exclusively for 8 websites delivering over a million pages of gardening articles a month aimed at helping beginners garden better. A brand new garden and semi-retired lifestyle allows him time to garden and spend time sailing along with his writing. Insanely proud father of four and partner to a lovely woman who believes heirloom vegetables are the only true vegetables worth growing.

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Review by: Ralf Rader on June 07, 2011 :
Excellent book, very informative. Highly recommend!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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