Grow Something Different to Eat: Weird and Wonderful Heirloom Fruits and Vegetables for Your Garden

Grow Something Different to Eat Weird and Wonderful Heirloom Fruits and Vegetables for Your Garden Discover than out of the ordinary edibles from cucamelons to strawberry popcorn in this seed to plate guide that inspires you to cultivate amazing new fruit and vegetable crops Whether you re a b

  • Title: Grow Something Different to Eat: Weird and Wonderful Heirloom Fruits and Vegetables for Your Garden
  • Author: Matthew Biggs
  • ISBN: 9781465464293
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Paperback
  • Discover than 50 out of the ordinary edibles, from cucamelons to strawberry popcorn, in this seed to plate guide that inspires you to cultivate amazing new fruit and vegetable crops.Whether you re a beginner and determined to make the most of limited space with a truly unique and heirloom harvest, or a seasoned grower looking to spice up your cooking with gourmet flavDiscover than 50 out of the ordinary edibles, from cucamelons to strawberry popcorn, in this seed to plate guide that inspires you to cultivate amazing new fruit and vegetable crops.Whether you re a beginner and determined to make the most of limited space with a truly unique and heirloom harvest, or a seasoned grower looking to spice up your cooking with gourmet flavors, the step by step instructions give you the confidence to grow some unusually tasty crops Choose from fruiting vegetables such as orange eggplants and hyacinth beans, salad greens such as fiddlehead ferns and sushi hostas, grains such as quinoa and chia, and luscious fruits such as honeyberries and white strawberries All plants can be started indoors and transplanted, grown outdoors in the garden, or kept as houseplants With versatile gardening advice for growing in a variety of spaces and situations, plus cooking suggestions and preserving options, a weird and wonderful harvest is guaranteed.

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    1. I loved this book. Bright and colorful with great photographs! Thorough descriptions and easy to understand instructions. Easy enough for novice or beginner gardeners, with enough interesting and unusual crops to tempt the more seasoned growers. There is a helpful 'choosing crops' section towards the start of the book to help you pick crops based on space, climate and growing conditions. Many crops have a three to four page section covering what the crop is, step-by-step growing instructions, ha [...]


    2. From Netgalley for a review:I am absolutely abysmal at gardening, I come from a long lineage of amazing gardeners, but I kill all plants. Granted that doesn't keep me from being fascinated by gardening, especially when what is being grown is unusual edibles! This book had me thinking I might be able to keep plants alive (I probably am not going to chance it) and I really want to try it because these foods look so neat! As a person who is all about eating new and exciting things, this book is ama [...]


    3. This book is SUPER cool. I love to food-garden and I'm always looking for things outside the typical plants, and this book contains really interesting varieties that I can't wait to try growing. With detailed growing, maintenance, and harvesting instructions, along with some basic cooking ideas, there's something here for every climate and skill-level.*Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC, provided by the author and/or the publisher in exchange for an honest review.



    4. I really like this book and how it was laid out. It gives you ideas on new things to grow in your garden and how to grow them. It’s about taking some of the “odd” ingredients you find in restaurants from different regions and countries, and growing them in your own yard. Many I had never heard of like Hyacinth Beans and Salsola. Some I have heard of like White pine strawberry and Wasabi. (Who knew you could grow wasabi?) Lots of detail and pictures, I just wish there were some recipes so y [...]


    5. One of my biggest initial gardening challenges was finding vital seed starting and growing information in one place. I would go back and forth to books and websites, gathering facts and putting everything together. I would wind up with what I felt was a comprehensive guide, but it was time-consuming and I often realized too late that I missed some tip or trick that would have assured greater garden success.As soon as I started reading this book, I knew it was a must-have for my gardening bookshe [...]


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