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Tiny Victory Gardens

Growing Good Food Without a Yard
Paperback Book
Publisher: 
Stone Pier Press
 | 
November, 2020
ISBN:
9781734901108
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Banyen's Description: 

From the author of Growing Good Food, an illustrated guide to how to grow food in pots, containers, and community plots

Victory gardening is back in the headlines as more people resolve to grow food for the good of our country, and for themselves too. The trend toward self-reliance is likely to continue as we enter what’s projected to be a long recession. People are looking for help on how to grow vegetables, fruits, and herbs in their own backyards, community gardens, and in tight urban spaces, too.

 Tiny Victory Gardens shares information on how to participate in the victory gardening movement, even if you don’t have a yard. The book, which is grounded in Acadias regenerative farming expertise, includes step-by-step guidance to finding the right containers, prepping your soil, starting your seedlings, growing plants indoors, and harvesting in a way that keeps indoor crops growing year-round.

Acadia describes how it’s possible to grow food in a way that’s good for the planet even in pots. She explains how to compost in indoor spaces (worms included). She also profiles 15 to 20 starter plants that are easy to grow indoors. Finally, the book includes recipes for canning, preserving, and drying the food you grow.

Acadia has also published Growing Perennial Foods. Mini Victory Gardens is another addition to Chelsea Green’s Citizen Gardening series, which also includes Lawns Into Meadows, by Owen Wormser.

Publisher’s Description: 

From the author of Growing Good Food, an illustrated guide to how to grow food in pots, containers, and community plots

Victory gardening is back in the headlines as more people resolve to grow food for the good of the country, and for themselves too. The trend toward self-reliance is likely to continue as we enter whats projected to be a long recession. People are looking for help on how to grow vegetables, fruits, and herbs in their own backyards, community gardens, and in tight urban spaces, too.

After publishing two books on victory gardening, Acadia Tucker has become a recognized expert on the subject. In Tiny Victory Gardens, she shares information on how to participate in the victory gardening movement, even if you dont have a yard.

The book, which is grounded in Acadias regenerative farming expertise, includes step-by-step guidance to finding the right containers, prepping your soil, starting your seedlings, growing plants indoors, and harvesting in a way that keeps indoor crops growing year-round.

Acadia describes how its possible to grow food in a way thats good for the planet even in pots. She explains how to compost in indoor spaces (worms included). She also profiles 15 to 20 starter plants that are easy to grow indoors. Finally, the book includes recipes for canning, preserving, and drying the food you grow.

Acadia has published Growing Perennial Foods and Growing Good Food. Mini Victory Gardens is another addition to our Citizen Gardening series, which also includes Lawns Into Meadows, by Owen Wormser.

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