A visual feast of than 500 glorious photographs A spectacular range of both classical and modern designs The most beautiful kitchen gardens and potagers of France, America, Australia, and the UK Over the past few years the kitchen garden has enjoyed a remarkable renaissance as people everywhere rediscover the rich, epicurean delights of fresh home grown produce Smitten by the idea of beautiful, fragrant garden spaces and an abundance of delectable produce, experienced and amateur gardeners alike are digging up their backyards to plant modern kitchen gardens The Modern Kitchen Garden shows you how to create such a garden and eat it, too A visual celebration of this mouthwatering concept, the book presents the history of kitchen gardens, sample garden designs and planting schemes, and a guide to growing according to the seasons, among countless other secrets to producing this most delicious type of garden....
|Title||:||The Modern Kitchen Garden: Design. Ideas. Practical Tips|
|Publisher||:||Images Publishing Dist Ac July 16, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||208 pages|
|File Size||:||981 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Modern Kitchen Garden: Design. Ideas. Practical Tips Reviews
It is March in Vermont, and I am looking at a vast amount of white on the ground outside. I want a vegetable garden book to look at that is akin to Garden's Illustrated and The English Garden magazines, but in vegetable garden form. This is it. It is not a how to book, but I already know how to grow vegetables, I'd like to simply look at other people's vegetable gardens, and beautiful photographs of vegetables, and remember the feel of the sun and the smells of the summer. This is a picture book, and in March, sometimes that's all you need and want in the evening by the fire.
love it, no problems
A self described, "virgin gardener" sets out to offer a "behind-the-hedges" glimpse into 17 of the world's best kitchen gardens. Each kitchen garden has a few pages of background and history, with the majority of dedicated space for each section devoted to pictures, not always of the actual gardens, but more of an artsy look at anything from garden tools, flowers, to the architecture of the outer buildings. How many pictures of cabbage and red swiss chard do you need in a book? I count at least 12.