Looking for a purchase that combines your horticultural bent with your desire to save money? This brilliantly titled book does exactly what it says on the tin.
Time travel back to the forties with this unique facsimile of a genuine archive title.Let horticultural expert E.T. Brown teach you how to get the most out of your garden, and slash your shopping budget at the same time.
In this specially restored and reproduced book, you will learn:
o How to grow berries and tomatoes
o How to prepare an herb bed
o The best way to keep birds and mice from your peas, and other enemies of your flower bed
o How to utilise bees to get not only honey, but also fine fruit
o What to think about when sourcing manure from poultry and rabbits
Uniform with this volume:Sew and Save o Food facts for the Kitchen Front o The Archive Collection - because good advice never goes out of date.
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* The three books in this series are chock full with gems of forgotten wisdom from days gone by. Their advice is both time-tested true and given renewed relavance by the current economic climate.
* These genuine facsimile copies have been rescued from the obscurity of the Harper Collins archives in Glasgow, brushed up and repackaged for a new generation of thrifty minded gardeners and home-owners.
* The beautiful packaging and exact replication of the original covers makes these excellent gifts for yourself or someone else.
* Glam is out, necessity is in, and noone does necessity better than these war-time experts in their fields.About the Author:
By E. T. Brown
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Book Description HarperPress, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007313780
Book Description HarperPress, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110007313780