Books Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening - 1 book
Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening
Complete, Practical, Authoritative. Rodale's Ultimate Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening, Newly Revised and Updated. The Indispensable Green Resource for Every Gardener. Edited by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara W. Ellis, and Ellen Phillips. Celebrating 50 years in print.
Organic Gardening Starts Here: Let the garden experts at Rodale help you create your most successful garden ever. Learn how to use natural and chemical-free methods to grow vegetables and fruit, perennials, annuals, bulbs, herbs, and trees and shrubs and maintain your landscape all year-round. Now thoroughly revised and updated, this encyclopedia features new organic pest controls, improved growing techniques, the latest soil recommendations, and promising new gardening trends.
You'll find everything you need to create healthy gardens in every part of the country, including:
- Topics for the entire garden and landscape along with related subjects such as beneficial insects, community gardens, edible landscaping, stone-scaping, water gardening, and more
- A guide to Green Gardening, focusing on earth-friendly techniques for gardening in a changing climate, using water wisely, managing invasive plants, reducing energy use, and understanding biotechnology
- Answers to the many challenges gardeners face, from varying weather conditions and disease and insect problems to pruning and plant division
- In-depth coverage of more than 200 garden plants, from acer and achillea to yucca and zinnia.
This comprehensive, easy-to-use book provides practical information and useful tips that you'll turn to again and again as you plant, grow, care for, and enjoy your organic garden.
- Soft cover.
- 708 pages with index.