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Small Space Gardening: Raised-Bed, Container, and Vertical Vegetable Gardens

Growing Max Food in Minimal Space

Published by Creative Homeowner
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Living in a city, or an apartment without a lot of land, doesn't mean people can't have a beautiful, bountiful garden. This is a comprehensive must-have guide for urban gardeners who want to eat the food they grow. It discusses the three methods of gardening without much space: vertical, container and raised beds; tips and techniques to maintaining the garden like watering and feeding, disease prevention and pest control, and companion planting; profiles of at least 75 vegetables, herbs, and fruit; and DIY projects and plans for the garden including staking and plant support, cages, tunnels, and so much more! This book is one-stop shopping for anyone who wants to plant their own garden in a small space.

About The Author

Consumers recognize Creative Homeowner as their leading and trusted source for the best information, inspiration, and instruction related to the house and home. Creative Homeowner is the preeminent publisher of books on all aspects of decorating and design; home repair and improvement; house plans; gardening and landscaping; and grilling.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Creative Homeowner (May 14, 2025)
  • Length: 200 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781580116053

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