The Vegetable and Herb Expert
The World's Best-selling Book on Vegetables & Herbs
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|Format:||Paperback, 144 pages, 2nd Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||colour illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 07 April 1997|
There can be no fresher tasting vegetables or herbs than the ones you've grown yourself. Whether you are a first-time allotment holder or an 'old-hand', the Vegetable & Herb Expert will shown you: How to get started. Where to grow your vegetables, and how. What types and varieties to grow. Looking after your plants. Grow your own herbs. Deal with pests and diseases. Reliable, easy-to-follow advice and information from EXPERT books - the world's best-selling gardening series.
About the Author
Dr David Hessayon initiated a major innovation in gardening publications in 1959 with the first of his Gardening Expert guides. These best-selling guides have had an unparalleled influence on gardening over the past 50 years. There are over 51 million copies in print. He was awarded the 1993 Gardening Book of the Year Award from the Garden Writers Guild and received the first-ever Lifetime Achievement 'Oscar' at the National British Book Awards. In 1999 he received a Guinness World Record Award as 'Britain's best-selling living author of the 1990s'. He lives in Essex, and has two daughters and four grandchildren.
The world's bestselling book on vegetables and herbs has been fully revised, updated and expanded. The chapter on herbs has been hugely increased.
"The number 1 gardening best-seller in the UK since '97" Kitchen Garden 20020601 "Better veg with the gardening guru" The Times 20020601 "Get better, tastier produce from your garden or allotment" Observer 20010301 "This is the best book I have seen for the kitchen gardener" Sunday Mirror "Two books became my bibles: Alan Titchmarsh's Allotment Handbook (sadly out of print) and Dr Hessayon's Vegetable & Herb Expert ... Thanks to Dr Hessayon, we became adept at recognising pests" Mail on Sunday
|Dimensions: ||23.0 x 18.0 x 1.0 centimeters (0.44 kg)|