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The Backyard Vintner

The Backyard Vintner

Anyone who ever wanted to have homemade wine and never thought they had the space or ability to make it will love this book. The Backyard Vintner is a handy guide to...
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The Home Orchard Handbook

The Home Orchard Handbook

Imagine the bounty of a late-summer farmer's market, right in your backyard! Growing your own fruit ensures a fresh, delicious, abundant harvest for your family and friends for years!...
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Homegrown Sprouts A Fresh, Healthy, and Delicious Step-by-Step Guide to Sprouting Year Round

Homegrown Sprouts

How to grow sprouts at home, effectively and safely. Get incredibly fresh, delicious sprouts to eat alone or add to a variety of recipes....
$24.99
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Outdoor Stonework The Timeless, Practical, and Aesthetic Value of Stone

Outdoor Stonework

The wonderful, timeless, practical, aesthetic value of stoneThis book will contain a brief history of how and why stone has been used in structures throughout the world. It discusses stonework projects...
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Good Garden Bugs

Good Garden Bugs

Good Garden Bugs is an easy to follow reference to natural, non-harmful ways for your gardens to grow full and bountiful....
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Fresh and Flavorful Herbs

Fresh and Flavorful Herbs

Fresh and Flavorful Herbs is packed with recipes and techniques to help home chefs learn to grow and learn about herbs right in their own kitchen....
$22.99
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News

December 16,2013
When it comes to raising homegrown produce, patience is required—unless you grow sprouts. A snap to cultivate indoors, these tasty germinated seeds provide you with fast good-for-you food. So begins the Parade.com article about Homegrown Sprouts, by Rita Galchus. The story gives a quick overview of how to grow sprouts for home use, including supplies needed and uses for different types of sprouts. Learn More.
October 31,2013
Author and horticulturist Mary Irish gardened successfully in Phoenix for several years, so she understands dry weather and heat. But when the native Texan and her husband, Gary, moved to Castroville, Texas, just outside San Antonio, about two years ago, they had to adjust to a different set of gardening rules. Learn More.
July 22,2013
Bad soil? Not enough soil? Maybe even no soil? Skip the ground and try planting fruits and vegetables in straw bales instead, suggests Joel Karsten, author of "Straw Bale Gardens" and guru of one of this year's gardening trends. The idea behind straw-bale gardening is simple. Learn More.
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