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eBook Guide to Michigan Vegetable Gardening (Vegetable Gardening Guides) epub

by James Fizzell

eBook Guide to Michigan Vegetable Gardening (Vegetable Gardening Guides) epub
  • ISBN: 159186402X
  • Author: James Fizzell
  • Genre: Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Gardening & Landscape Design
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cool Springs Press (February 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1945 kb
  • FB2 size 1756 kb
  • Formats docx mobi doc mbr


I have had a vegetable garden in southeast, southwest, and northern Michigan for 35 years, and I would . This is a pretty basic guide to vegetable gardening in Michigan. It provides useful information for each type of plant that thrives in the Midwest as well as gardening basics.

I have had a vegetable garden in southeast, southwest, and northern Michigan for 35 years, and I would love to know what little microclimate pocket in Michigan could have been planted with peas even in a "few" years. Also, you can tell which veg Mr. Fizzel is interested in because he recommends varieties for those. Black and white images do little justice for some of the illustrations.

Start by marking Guide to Michigan Vegetable Gardening as Want to Read . This book offers advice on everything from starting your garden from seed, to planning your garden with helpful space saving techniques.

Start by marking Guide to Michigan Vegetable Gardening as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Make this guide a must-have resource for anyone interested in growing vegetables, no matter what their space requirements. Helpful charts will outline when to plant and when to harvest cool and warm season vegetables.

Guide to Mississippi Vegetable Gardening (Vegetable Gardening Guides).

This book offers advice on everything from starting your garden from seed, to planning your garden .

This book offers advice on everything from starting your garden from seed, to planning your garden with helpful space saving techniques.

Follow Dave's Garden. Author (1): James A. Fizzell

Follow Dave's Garden. Fizzell.

4 VERTICAL VEGETABLE GARDENING Introduction Have you avoided growing large vining vegetables . If you would like to learn more about vertical vegetable gardening, this book is sold as a downloadable PDF file.

4 VERTICAL VEGETABLE GARDENING Introduction Have you avoided growing large vining vegetables because they take up too much space in your small garden? Home-grown vegetables taste so good that I hate eating store-bought produce. I particularly love homegrown winter squash, watermelon, and sweet potatoes. PDF files are able to be read on a desktop, laptop, ipad, kindle, or other e-reader with . df capability. You can also use Adobe Reader to view this book on a desktop or laptop computer.

This book offers advice on everything from starting your garden from seed, to planning your garden with helpful space saving techniques.  Make this guide a must-have resource for anyone interested in growing vegetables, no matter what their space requirements. Helpful charts will outline when to plant and when to harvest cool and warm season vegetables.

Comments: (5)
Moswyn
Nice book
Akinonris
I am a new resident to MI and purchased this book to help with the growing season. I have the MN book and they are pretty much identical. I guess I could have just used to my old book instead of buying the new one.
Mitynarit
A little more on the used and abused side of things.
Rocky Basilisk
I consider it cheap and deceptive to pretend to write a book specifically for one location whilst just writing a general book and plugging in any midwest state name. And it is not hard to tell. For instance, Mr. Fizzell ( good name; book fizzelled for me!) says that "I have planted peas on Valentine's Day in a few unusual years". I have had a vegetable garden in southeast, southwest, and northern Michigan for 35 years, and I would love to know what little microclimate pocket in Michigan could have been planted with peas even in a "few" years.
Also, you can tell which veg Mr. Fizzel is interested in because he recommends varieties for those.
On the plus side, he gave me a good tip for a variety of sorrel which doesn't set seed, and he lists suppliers. although he missed St Lawrence Nursery as an excellent supplier of cold hardy fruit trees and he lists
Canadian (Alberta!? Manitoba?!) seed sources. I have nothing against Canadian seed companies since I am a Canuck, but if you're gonna list them for Michigan growers, why not Stokes in Ontario?
Nuliax
This is a pretty basic guide to vegetable gardening in Michigan. It provides useful information for each type of plant that thrives in the Midwest as well as gardening basics.

Black and white images do little justice for some of the illustrations.
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