Any Size, Anywhere Edible Gardening (Paperback)
The No Yard, No Time, No Problem Way to Grow Your Own Food
Cool Springs Press, 9781591865087, 200pp.
Publication Date: August 24, 2012
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Edibles continue to be popular choices for gardeners, and beginning gardeners are no exception. Author William Moss takes a beginning gardener through all the steps needed to grow vegetables and fruits in any setting, regardless of the available (or desired) size. This book covers container gardening, vertical gardening, raised-bed gardening, and traditional methods to help gardeners everywhere bring a taste of homegrown freshness to their gardening experience.
About the Author
William Moss inspires people to Get Out & Grow. As a trusted authority in greening, gardening, and urban agriculture, he connects with audiences and explains how to make healthier choices that improve their lives, their communities, and their environment. Coined the Garden Boss for his in-depth knowledge and sound advice, William uses his landscaping know-how and charming personality to engage, educate, and entertain audiences with relevant, informative content. William is the host of HGTV's Dig In, a greening contributor for The Early Show on CBS, and a QVC gardening guest. www.wemoss.org
Praise For Any Size, Anywhere Edible Gardening: The No Yard, No Time, No Problem Way to Grow Your Own Food…
"Besides the usual how-to information, Moss offers a chapter that focuses on different types of small gardens, ranging from a container or trellis on a balcony to a small backyard or plot in a community garden." - Country Gardens Magazine (Better Homes & Gardens)
"…if you live in limited quarters, are just starting out, and want to grow most-likely-to-succeed plants, have a read." - The Philadelphia Inquirer
“Moss offers ideas for finding space to garden, techniques for creating and maintaining gardens and basic growing information. The bulk of the book, however, is dedicated to details about plants that grow well in compact spaces, with an entire chapter devoted to that all-time favorite, the tomato.” - Akron Beacon Journal