Organic Gardening

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Vegetable Garden Tropical Climate

LIZ SINNAMON

From the publishers of EARTH GARDEN magazine

This book is a step-by-step guide to establishing and maintaining an organic fruit and vegetable garden. It is written specifically for Australians in warmer climates — not adapted from cool climate organic growing information.

Liz Sinnamon is one of Australia's leading writers on tropical organics. She has written and lectured on organic gardening for nearly 10 years. Liz's passionate concern for planet Earth is clear: this book demonstrates the personal and planetary benefits of organic gardening.

Tropical Climate

Liz Sinnamon lives on a four acre farm at Kenilworth in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. She keeps a house cow, nanny goat and poultry. Her daughters Alana and Olivia (pictured with Liz on the front cover) also have two pet donkeys. Liz grows her own fruit, vegetables and herbs organically, and follows a self-sufficient lifestyle on her permaculture-style property. She writes regularly for EARTH GARDEN magazine and several other publications.

ORGANIC GARDENING in tropical climates is published by the makers of EARTH GARDEN magazine — Australia's original magazine of self-reliance. Since 1972 EARTH GARDEN has been pointing the way to "the good life" in self-sufficiency and planet care for many thousands of Australians. EARTH GARDEN is published quarterly, and is available from newsagents, or by writing to RMB 427 Trentham, Victoria, 3458.

isbn g-isisafli-a-

9 IOU7J7 J007JH

This book is a step-by-stcp guide to establishing and maintaining an organic fruit and vegetable garden. It is written specifically for Australians in warmer climates — not adapted from cool climate organic growing information.

Liz Sinnamon is one of Australia's leading writers on tropical organics. She has written and lectured on organic gardening for nearly 10 years. Liz's passionate concern for planet Earth is clear: this book demonstrates the personal and planetary benefits of organic gardening.

Liz Sinnamon lives on a four acre farm at Kenilworth in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. She keeps a house cow, nanny goat and poultry. Her daughters Alana and Olivia (pictured with Liz on the front cover) also have two pet donkeys. Liz grows her own fruit, vegetables and herbs organically, and follows a self-sufficient lifestyle on her permaculture-style property. She writes regularly for EARTH GARDEN magazine and several other publications.

ORGANIC GARDENING in tropical climates is published by the makers of EARTH GARDEN magazine — Australia's original magazine of self-reliance. Since 1972 EARTH GARDEN has been pointing the way to "the good life" in self-sufficiency and planet care for many thousands of Australians. EARTH GARDEN is published quarterly, and is available from newsagents, or by writing to RMB 427 Trentham, Victoria, 3458.

isbn a-ISISaST-3-

9 rouyjy joojjh o

Growing Vegetables In Containers For Beginners

Growing Vegetables In Containers For Beginners

Start Saving Money By Discovering How To Grow Your Own Fruit and Vegetables At Home From Start To Finish. Container gardening does not have to be expensive. With a bit of imagination you can reuse containers and items that are around your home and start your own container garden on a minimal budget. Of course, if you prefer you can buy containers from the store and make your container garden a feature in your home.

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