Rhonda Massingham Hart
Do you have limited space and little time to garden? Try growing your food up.
In a very small footprint, you can take advantage of vertical acreage by planting vegetables and fruit that climb, ramble, and twine toward the sun. Small, contained spaces also minimize weeding and pest control and maximize your harvest.
Begin with peas and beans, the stars of climbing vines, and then explore the vertical possibilities of other popular garden foods:
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176 pages; 7 1/2 x 9 3/4