Plant Grow Harvest Repeat: Grow a Bounty of Vegetables, Fruits, and Flowers by Mastering the Art of Succession Planting
Meg McAndrews Cowden (Author)
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Description"Wonderfully written, beautifully illustrated, and everything you need to know to get more productivity out of your food garden." --Joe Lamp'l, creator and executive producer, Growing a Greener World Discover how to get more out of your growing space with succession planting--carefully planned, continuous seed sowing--and provide a steady stream of fresh food from early spring through late fall. Drawing inspiration from succession in natural landscapes, Meg McAndrews Cowden teaches you how to implement lessons from these dynamic systems in your home garden. You'll learn how to layer succession across your perennial and annual crops; maximize the early growing season; determine the sequence to plant and replant in summer; and incorporate annual and perennial flowers to benefit wildlife and ensure efficient pollination. You'll also find detailed, seasonal sowing charts to inform your garden planning, so you can grow more anywhere, regardless of your climate. Plant Grow Harvest Repeat will inspire you to create an even more productive, beautiful, and enjoyable garden across the seasons--every vegetable gardener's dream.
Timber Press (OR)
March 15, 2022
8.1 X 9.0 X 0.9 inches | 1.85 pounds
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About the Author
Meg McAndrews Cowden is a self-taught organic gardener with an advanced degree in natural resource management. Having lived on both coasts and settled in the upper Midwest, she has knowledge and experience living, playing, and gardening in many different ecosystems, from the eastern hardwoods of southern New England, where she ran free as a child, to the majestic rain forests of the Pacific Northwest, where she found home in college, to the edge of the prairie outside Minneapolis, where she and her husband are raising their two boys. Follow her on Instagram @seedtofork.