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Grow What You Love Emily Murphy

Grow What You Love By Emily Murphy

Grow What You Love by Emily Murphy

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An illustrated beginner's guide which shows you how easy it is to grow your own favourite vegetables, fruits and herbs.

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Grow What You Love: 12 Edible Plants That Will Change Your Life: 2018 by Emily Murphy

An accessible guide that shows how easy it is to grow your favourite produce. Grow What You Love is designed to be a simple guide to growing vegetables, herbs and more that will add to the flavour and variety of fresh produce choices throughout the year. Aimed at novice and experienced gardeners alike it will be an image-driven, how to adventure from an expert gardener and communicator with an enthusiasm for an authentic life. The colourful book will begin with an exploration of Emily Murphy's approach to gardening and how it can fit into modern life with little time and effort. She will go on to give advice on how best to choose food plants that readers love or can discover, and follows with simple methods for garden-to-table growing, including a selection of her favourite seasonal recipes. The result for readers will be a garden-fresh bounty for any time of the year. The book will feature three elements interspersed throughout: The Plant Directory Plants from a dozen categories will invite readers to choose, mix and match to their tastes. Examples are Tender Herbs, Woody Herbs, Root Vegetables, Beans, Tomatoes, Summer Squash and Cucumbers, Winter and Summer Salads, Berries, Hardy Greens, Edible Perennials and Flowers, and Companion Plants. Each plant choice will include an introduction to the vegetable, bush fruit or herb, recommendations on the author's favourites, and growing instructions. These will be clearly laid out in straightforward texts organized into Plant, Fix, Pick, and Varieties to Try. The Simple Act of Growing will include features on plant diversity, organic growing, companion planting, saving seeds and more. Emily is an experienced teacher of organic gardening to all ages. She knows how to present information in clear and engaging language. Throughout the book she will explain how to attend to all garden needs, for example, Garden Anywhere; Soil Building and Composting; Sow Seeds, Grow Cuttings and More; Smart Watering; Cultivate, Prune and Follow Nature; Prevent Pests; and Continue Growing. Seasonal Recipes. Emily's online and print coverage often features her simple and tasty recipes, which include preserves. A selection of her best will be interspersed throughout the book. Examples are Fava Beans, Greens & Fresh Herb Toasts; Best-Ever Blueberry Pie; and Spring Greens with Jicama, Cilantro & Lime. Emily is an expert gardener with extensive experience. In Grow What You Love she will demonstrate how easy it is to grow fresh foods in abundance using minimal time, and even in minimal space. It is sure to be a perfect choice for today's readers that enjoy fresh homegrown organic produce. The author's built-in online audience -, social media (Instagram 13,400, Twitter 7,444 and 44,600 Likes, 238 YouTube subscribers)- and on television and in the traditional press (such as Garden Design Magazine) will contribute to the book's presence and support the concept and message of Grow What You Love.

About Emily Murphy

Emily Murphy is the author of the foodie-centric garden blog Pass The Pistil, and one of Garden Design Magazine's "most loved" recent blogs. She is a web series host, a contributor to Better Homes and Gardens, a garden design and organic gardening consultant and a teacher of organic gardening. Emily holds a degree in Ethnobotanical Resources from Humboldt State University where she also studied botany and environmental science.

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Grow What You Love: 12 Edible Plants That Will Change Your Life: 2018 by Emily Murphy
Used - Very Good
Firefly Books Ltd
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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