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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.
on March 09, 2012 :
The thing I love about Doug Green's work in general, and this tomato book in particular, is the Zero B.S. Factor. Doug tells you what you need to know about growing tomatoes, period. Yet he does so in a friendly voice salted with wry humor.
I live in a climate hostile to vegetable growing, so every gardening book in my library is more like a fairytale. Not so this one. I can toss out all the others and count on getting a big, juicy crop.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)