The Edible Salad Garden

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Grow your favorite salad greens and vegetables--from a wide variety of lettuces to more unusual ingredients like chicory and edible pods--then prepare them using delicious and unique recipes. Creasy interviews Shepherd Ogden of the Cook's Garden Seed Company.

Rosalind Creasy, a resident of Los Altos, California, is a landscape designer and leading authority on appropriate gardening techniques as well as a widely published garden writer and popular lecturer. Creasy specializes ...

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Overview

Grow your favorite salad greens and vegetables--from a wide variety of lettuces to more unusual ingredients like chicory and edible pods--then prepare them using delicious and unique recipes. Creasy interviews Shepherd Ogden of the Cook's Garden Seed Company.

Rosalind Creasy, a resident of Los Altos, California, is a landscape designer and leading authority on appropriate gardening techniques as well as a widely published garden writer and popular lecturer. Creasy specializes in residential landscapes that include edible, native, and drought-tolerant plants. She is a winner of the Garden Writers of America's award for excellence, and her articles have appeared in Organic Gardening, Family Circle, Woman's Day, Country Living Gardener, and Horticulture magazines. In addition to Cooking from the Garden, Creasy is the author of Earthly Delights: Twelve Distinctive Theme Gardens, The Gardener's Handbook of Edible Plants and a book for young gardeners, Blue Potatoes, Orange Tomatoes. Her Complete Book of Edible Landscaping received a Garden Writers Association of America's award and has become a contemporary gardening classic.

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Editorial Reviews

Ellen W. Pisor
The Edible Garden Series will satisfy a wide spectrum of readers. Food lovers will applaud the series for its information and inspiration in putting fresher and tastier produce on their tables. And enthusiasts will applaud Creasy for bringing us back to the most important food source of all: our gardens.
ForeWord Magazine
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780830084784
  • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/16/2001
  • Series: Edible Garden Series
  • Edition description: 1 ED
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 106

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