TROPICAL FOOD GARDENS: A GUIDE TO GROWING FRUIT, HERBS, AND VEGETABLES IN TROPIC AND SUB-TROPICAL CLIMATES


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  • Leonie Norrington blends horticultural science with personal experience to create a book full of sound advice, enthusiasm and a genuine love of the natural world. Have you ever wondered how to grow such exotic vegetables as snake beans, water chestnuts and loofahs? Luscious fruits such as rambutans, mangoes, carambolas and abiu? Hervs like vanilla, turmeric and galangal? Tropical Food Gardens will show you how to propagate, grow and use these and a wide range of other herbs, vegetables and fruits in tropical and sub-tropical climates. This lively engaging book, laced with anecdotes, is full of practical gardening information from an author with years of experience. It’s also great fun.

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Collections: Gardening

Type: HORTICULTURE & GARDENS

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