Companion Planting in Australia
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||210 x 138 x 10|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||1 Jul 2000|
|Subject Classification||Gardening / Gardening: plants|
In this age of increasing hostility towards chemical control of the food we eat, Companion Planting is the ideal guide to working with nature.
Companion Planting is a notebook of gardening tips compiled from Brenda Little's observations as well as suggestions from like-minded gardeners. Entertaining and often anecdotal, Brenda's notes are arranged alphabetically, allowing the reader to easily search for a particular plant or garden pest. Her summary of good and bad garden companions is a useful and quick reference tool for gardeners planting beds or containers of vegetables or herbs. In this age of increasing hostility towards chemical control of the food we eat, Companion Planting is the ideal guide to working with nature, to produce cabbages that squeak with health and beans that snap like gunshot.