Grow Great Grub

Grow Great Grub

Organic Food From Small Spaces

Book - 2010
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Presents advice for home gardeners on how to grow one's own food in limited spaces, providing coverage of such topics as container plants, organic pest control, and preserving home-grown foods.
Publisher: New York : Clarkson Potter, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780307452016
0307452018
Branch Call Number: 635.0484 TRA NVD
Characteristics: 208 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm

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Lweathers214
May 09, 2015

Grow Great Grub is an excellent introduction to edible gardening highlighting small space/ container gardening. Gayla offers great advice and I still refer to her books and website after so many years of gardening. Her writing is non pretentious and encourages an experimental, stress-free environment. Beautiful photos!

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Rawcliffe
Aug 04, 2014

Easy to follow and the pictures are helpful. You can tell the author put a lot of heart and effort in to this book. I particularly love the recipes spread throughout.

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Boosterl16
Apr 15, 2013

Awesome easy tips for gardening in small spaces.

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magsdaisy17
Mar 27, 2012

Great book! I recommend it if you're just getting into gardening, and aren't really sure where to start!

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SeaMom2one
Aug 27, 2011

This is an amazing book! Gayla is teaching us how to grow using what most families have access to. No fancy, and very expensive, tools; no gardening experience necessary. Then after the harvest there are recipes!

Thank you SPL for carrying her book! I now own it :)

Trinityfyre Jun 07, 2011

Great info and good ideas for reusing items in your house already for the garden.

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cashdeb
Apr 21, 2010

Great instructions - anyone can follow

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Apr 21, 2010

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PimaLib_SeedLibrary Mar 10, 2017

For those organic gardeners who lack proper space for a garden. Author Gayla Trail encourages gardeners to use everyday containers to grow their own food. Fun examples include growing herbs in discarded soup cans, and even growing potatoes in a large trash can or small bucket. Perfect for those readers who have little or no space for a garden.

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