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If you have ever dreamed about growing and cooking your own food, living the good life and getting close to nature then this is the book for you! Gardening and natural history enthusiast Joe Hashman (alias Dirty Nails of the Blackmore Vale Magazine) serves up an absorbing helping of practical tips, wildlife-friendly growing advice and observations from his vegetable plot and kitchen.
In this week-by-week account of the fruit and vegetable gardener’s year, using clear and simple step-by-step photographs, you are invited to join Joe on the plot and get stuck in to the important jobs of the day. A wealth of easy to follow but unusual recipes will keep the chef in you busy and satisfied too!
Dirty Nails’ popular weekly columns have been enjoyed by the readers of the Dorset-based Blackmore Vale Magazine since 2004. He now contributes to newspapers across England and Wales on a regular basis.
‘This is more than a informational gardening book. The information is clearly there but it is also presented in an amusing and truly inspirational style. Top this off with excellent photography which is practical as well as looking good.’ www.gardenaction.co.uk.