I wonder if it would grow? Would it grow into something worth having? Two questions that must have occurred to everyone looking at a pip or seed among the peelings, the conkers and acorns brought back home from a walk in the park. The answer is: quite possibly, but as to how you set about growing it is a matter of skill, practice and, more often than not, an abundance of patience. Keith Mossman offers the benefit of a lifetime's experience in growing the more familiar and unusual plants - the seeds of which can very often be salvaged from your rubbish bin. There are precise instructions on how to go about raising anything - from an avocado and a peanut, to loquats, kumquats and kiwis.
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Keith Mossman worked in agriculture and as a private gardener from the age of eighteen. Among his many publications are The Kitchen Garden, The Garden Room, Make Money from Garden Produce, Home Grown, Vegetable Gardening and The English Countryside.
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Book Description Penguin UK, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110140462554
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