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`Read Book õ Backyard Harvest ⛎ Backyard Harvest Is A Light, Bright New Gardening Title With A Big Promise It Sets Out To Deliver Home Grown Food From The Plot, Pot, Freezer, Or Pantry Every Day Of The Year That S Easy Enough In The Summer, When Kitchen Gardens And Allotments Are Awash With Peas, Beans, Leafy Greens, And Soft Fruit, But Not So Straightforward In Midwinter, When The Ground May Be Frozen Solid Success Lies In The Planning, And This Book Is Written As A Continuum, With Sowing, Planting, And Growing Advice For Each Month To Keep The Crops ComingThere Are Also Features On Harvesting, Storing, Freezing, And Preserving Crops To Enjoy Later In The Winter Months And The Early Spring Gap When Little Is Ready To Harvest Advice Is Given On Winter Polytunnel And Greenhouse Crops, And Indoor Seed Sprouting, Citrus Plants, And Herbs In Pots To Help Bring Fresh Tastes To The Table In Winter The Result Is A Year Round Manual For Productive Kitchen Gardeners, With Plenty Of Growing Projects For Raised Beds And Pots To Allow Smaller Scale Gardeners To Take Part This is a great book for knowing when to garden your plants, including a month by month walk through to explain what to plant, harvest, etc It is great for all levels of gardening and has tons of information I definitely recommend this book. Visually fantastic But it didn t apply well to growing seasons in Canada It touched lightly on each plant, something a simple Google could do, but didn t dig into the relationships between plants, fertilizers for each, sun water Nor did it provide any insight on laying out organizing a garden plan It was merely a picture book for timings The tips for post harvest storage and seed collection were probably my most enjoyed section. This is probably one of the most visually appealing gardening books I have read The pictures are beautiful and plentiful I found the information to be vague It tells you when to plant everything but does not go into much detail on how, or the differences between certain zones This is not a book for a beginner as it would not give you the information you need to start out. Lots of pretty pictures but nothing new for someone who has gardened before.