Grow your own bigger, better, bolder-than-ever fruits and vegetables: Whether you�re a newbie or a veteran gardener, Grow offers everything you need to know to cultivate a successful fruit and vegetable garden at home. The expert editors of Fine Gardening have packed this best-selling guide�now in its 10th edition�with more tips and tricks so you can go from garden to kitchen in no time.
Yes, even small space gardens can produce big results. Some of us don�t have a sprawling landscape to work with:That�s more than fine because in Grow, Vol. 10, you�ll learn space-saving tips such as how to espalier an apple tree so it can fit and thrive in even the tiniest spot. Espaliering, the process of training a tree to grow against a flat surface, such as a wall, is a clever technique that works with any space and still produces succulent fruit. Imagine, walking out onto your patio, picking a juicy apple right from your very own tree and crunching into it!
Make healthier eating a snap for your family. Studies suggest that filling your plate with more colorful, vitamin-rich fruits and vegetables�such as bright green peppers and dark red raspberries�each day is an important step in a healthier lifestyle. Growing your own edibles makes it easier than ever to have these delicious, nutrient-dense foods instantly available for your loved ones to enjoy.
In Grow, Vol. 10, you�ll get:
� Smart plans for finding your vegetables a home�even if it�s in your front yard
� The ins and outs of growing 9 different crops including potatoes, raspberries, peppers, and sweet cherries
� Expert tips on how to organically get rid of pests such as pesky cabbage caterpillars
� Simple instructions on saving your seeds from one year to the next
� The latest information on new edible plants and gardening products for 2013
� Plus, lots of tasty recipes that will help you enjoy your harvest!
The time is ripe to focus on your fruit and vegetable garden:Yes, you�ll reap the health benefits�PLUS�you�ll enjoy the fabulous, sunny, bursting flavors of each season�and you�ll savor the satisfaction of growing your own. There�s nothing like it!
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