How to Grow Perennial Vegetables

How to Grow Perennial Vegetables

Book - 2012
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"In normal gardening lingo, 'perennial' is used to describe a low-growing herbaceous or evergreen non-woody perennial plant. However, this book takes a much wider perspective. For example, trees and shrubs are also perennials, and in fact there are many nice edible leaves from then - lime leaves, saltbush leaves and mullberry leaves, to name but three. Aquatic perennial plants are also included here, as are some bulbs, and one fern" -- P. 19.
Publisher: Totnes, Devon : Green Books, 2012
ISBN: 9781900322843
Call Number: 635.932 C858h
Characteristics: 224 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm


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EuSei Aug 06, 2013

Excellent book, very detailed, with lots of good information on different kinds of plants you can grow not only for beauty, but you can eat. (I had no idea hostas were edible! Can't wait to try mine!)


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