The Salad Garden (Paperback)

By Joy Larkcom

Frances Lincoln, 9780711238701, 288pp.

Publication Date: May 4, 2017

List Price: 24.99*
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Description

This is the definitive guide to growing over 200 salad plants in gardens of all sizes! The Salad Garden comes with everything you'll need to know how to grow your own garden filled with salad greens.

Grow bountiful crops with the help of gardening expert Joy Larkcom. She will be your guide to the best growing techniques, and the best which varieties of plants you'll want based on your personal palette.

Larkcom also includes instruction on making your own beautifully designed potager garden. Whether you have space for intricate walkways, or are growing in a window box, The Salad Garden has what's right for you!

 


About the Author

Joy Larkcom is one of Britain's most respected vegetable garden makers and gardening writers. She has contributed to many magazines and newspapers, radio and TV programmes and has lectured all over the world. Her accolades include the Garden Writer of the Year award (three times); Lifetime Achievement Award from the Garden Writers' Guild in 2003, and the Veitch Memorial Medal for horticulture, the RHS's highest honour, in 1993. She was chosen as one of photographer Nancy Honey’s 100 Leading Ladies – a project exhibiting some of the most influential women in Britain. Her other titles for Frances Lincoln are Oriental Vegetables (ISBN 9780711236128), Grow Your Own Vegetables (ISBN 9780711219632) and The Organic Salad Garden (ISBN 9780711222045).

 



Praise For The Salad Garden

'Gain the benefit of her comprehensive advice in the revised version of her must have book'
- Country Living

'Without a shadow of doubt, Joy Larkcom has had more effect on the way we grow and eat salads and vegetables than all the celebrity chefs put together.'
Francine Raymond


'The queen of the kitchen garden' The Telegraph


'Joy's books have always been empowering because they guide and offer up rather than instruct. I am a huge fan.' Monty Don