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Oct 29, Barbara Radisavljevic rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This is another garden book I refer to when I’m planning a garden or trouble-shooting garden problems. It covers everything from making deep beds, propping up climbing or vining plants, hints for each individual fruit, vegetable, or herb, various propagation methods, greenhouse gardening, and even preserving the harvest.
It has beautiful color illustrations of the fruits and vegetables at the beginning of the book, and this is followed by illustrations of the same garden layout at various times This is another garden book I refer to when I’m planning a garden or trouble-shooting garden problems.
It has beautiful color illustrations of the fruits and vegetables at the beginning of the book, and this is followed by illustrations of the same garden layout at various times of the year, with ideas for what to do in the garden during each season. This is one of the few books that illustrate all parts of the vegetables, including the roots. It’s one of the most lavishly illustrated garden books with no photographs I own. The drawings are detailed and practical and show you how to do things much better than text alone ever could.
The book content ends with ddn chapter on miscellaneous topics, such as raising fowl, rabbits, and bees, using garden sheds, maintaining tools, and using the provided information on climate zones.
If I could only own one garden book, this would be it. Jan 06, Emma Mc carthy rated it it was amazing. Very practical down to earth book written in simple language,full of good solid info,wonderful illustrations, bit big to keep in the shed but perfect for winter evening when deciding on seed orders! Jan 24, Nece rated it selfforsynende liked it.
Definitely a reference book to be consulted often. The illustrations are particularly helpful. Writing is good and helpful even to the new gardener. Aug 30, Justin rated it liked it Shelves: Not sure who is correct Seymour with his “double digging” or the “no till” people who I generally agree withor possibly a mixture of both.
Aug 26, Erin Whittier rated it liked it. Mar 03, Jill rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love John Seymour. He gives a lot of tips for cooler climates, which I appreciated. One of my favorite parts of this book is the section where it talks about the garden during the different seasons.
It has lovely illustrations and a lot of information for people that want to grow for self-sufficiency, rather than just to have selvforsynendf few tasty I love John Seymour.
It has lovely illustrations and a lot of information for people that want to grow for self-sufficiency, rather than just to have a few tasty tomatoes in the summer. Probably my favorite gardening book!
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Mar 25, Stephanie Macdonald rated it it was amazing. If you are like me, a beginning gardener, you will be blown away at the wealth of information in this book. Easy to understand and really gets you motivated to literally go get your hands dirty! Very well organized; you will walk away learning something new every time you pick up this book. I highly recommend it to ALL-we all need to become more self-sufficient.
Oct 12, Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: I love this book! It’s a great guide to getting started growing your own food. The only thing it lacks is specific climate info, so I have to read it in conjunction with the New Western Garden Book to make sure I can actually grow the things I’m looking at. Not that I currently have a yard or even a window box but someday soon I fully intend to get one and grow food in it.
Dec 20, Amelia rated it it was amazing. The best of the general gardening books I read in this fall’s garden-related reading. It’s a lot like Backyard Homestead but older and with more of a British angle.
It seems to be quite thorough and detailed and has lots of nice botanical drawings. Jul 23, Anna rated it really liked it Shelves: Since this is a reference, I didn’t read it cover to cover, but the illustrations are fantastic and the information is super handy and specific.
Jul 16, Jennifer rated it really liked it. Extemely thorough, though geared for gardening in the U.
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Aug 02, Paulo Sebastiao rated it really liked it. Sep 01, Lisa Harwell rated it it was amazing. This will be forever on selvfrsynende “currently reading” shelf.
Feb 28, Heather rated it really liked it. Dec 18, Beth rated it really liked it. I can see why this book is still well read, I love it, staying on the shelf. Dec 02, Sarah Grundy rated it really liked it. This is a classic, a great reference that I inherited from my dad.
Shame there is no ‘NZ’ equivalent as the seasons are tailored to the Northern Hemisphere. Maybe someone knows of one? Jul 12, Renee Wilkinson rated it really liked it.
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Beautiful illustrations and really easy to follow projects. This is a tried-and-true guide to gardening from pruning to growing good soil. I refer to it still when I have questions in the garden. Feb 23, Courtney rated it it was amazing. Going to buy it. Jun 04, Shannon rated it really liked it Shelves: For planning the yard. Jun 29, F.
Moore rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a reference book, so you’re never really finished reading it. Very helpful and useful but requires study. Umpahh rated it it was amazing Jul 19, Daniel Murawski rated it it was amazing Jun 18, Margo rated it really liked it May 11, Elizabeth Erickson rated it really liked it Jul 16, Pamela Murphy rated it it was amazing Aug 23, Gene Coatney rated it really liked it Jul 14, Marie Juel rated it it was amazing May 23, Lucius Longrod rated it really liked it Dec 12, Diecinueve rated it it was amazing Sep 06, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
John Seymour was an idealist – he had a vision of a better world where people aren’t alienated from their labours. Returning penniless to England, he lived in a trolley bus and on a Dutch sailing barge before settling on a five-acre smallholding in Suffolk to lead a self-sufficient life.
He continued this lifestyle w John Seymour was an idealist – he had a vision of a better world where people aren’t alienated from their labours. The two had built up the smallholding from scratch over 19 years. In his last years John, Angela and William Sutherland had been running courses in self-sufficiency from their home at Killowen, New Ross. The courses were taken by students from all over the world, who come to Killowen to learn about his lifestyle and philosophies at first hand.
He was the author of over 40 books, including the best-selling The Complete Book of Self-Sufficiencyand he had made numerous films and radio programmes. Most of his later writing and public campaigning had been devoted to country matters, self-sufficiency and the environment.
In the last 18 months, he was back on his beloved Pembrokeshire farm with his daughter Ann, telling stories to his grandchildren and writing rhyming poetry, with an acerbic wit that was his last weapon against what he saw as our destructive era.