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I follow the authors YouTube channel, so figured the book would be full of great info too. I was right. The book strikes a perfect balance between being scientific and detailed, whilst also being fun and creative. It’s a great book for a quick ten minute read on a specific subject or for a quick fix of inspiration. But equally great to read in depth for more detailed information. Finally, the book is very well put together - great photography and nicely payed out design. Highly recommend.
Full of interesting, good ideas, weed control, pest control, what to grow and when, harvesting tips, aqauponics ideas. Nice clear photos, has a nice feel to it. Well worth the money and if like me you have a small garden mainly put over to slabs, this book will certainly help to get the homegrown foods onto my plate.
I recently found the author on YouTube. Love his videos, but as a book tutorial junkie couldn't resist finding out about the book after seeing how many people bought it after watching. Delivery was 1 to 2 months so chose this seller. It's easy to understand, he's very relatable sharing his gardening journey, and big on low budget materials and recycling, which is a refreshing change. There is a slight distancing with the translation from US to UK, but there are lots of conversion charts, and if you aren't old like me and work in inches and cm, easily converted on Google. Wonderful book! Seller was quick and would definitely use them again. Delighted all round.
This book will appeal to many people, no matter if you have a large garden, balcony or just your window still to put your plants up. It will make you think about all the possibilities, some that you might have thought of before, and some new ones too. Well written and nice full colour pictures made it so that I read it almost in one go. If you're (just like me) looking for the metric conversions, there is a handy note in the back of the book.