GARDENING FOR GOOD EATING by Helen Morgenthau Fox

GARDENING FOR GOOD EATING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The author of Gardening with Herbs has written a book for the experienced, adventurous gardener, who is not satisfied with following beaten tracks, but wants to combine with routine gardening, some of the new vegetables, or half-forgotten vegetables. Mrs. Fox combines the how-to-do element with the flavor of adventure; she gives excellent introductory instructions as to soil preparation; she intersperses her text with enticing recipes and suggestions for varied uses; she has a section on pests and diseases; and she gives one section over to instruction -- important today -- on storage:- the preparation of storage bins, pits, containers, outdoors or in; essential information on kinds of vegetables and fruits to be stored, when, where and how.

Pub Date: April 13th, 1943
Publisher: Macmillan