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Vertical Gardening: Grow Up, Not Out, for More Vegetables and Flowers in Much Less Space (Anglais) Broché – 20 mai 2011


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Vertical Gardening Vertical gardening shrinks the amount of "floor" space needed and focuses on climbing plants that are less prone to insects, diseases, and animal pests. The author has tried and tested thousands of varieties of vegetables, flowers, and fruits and recommends the best plants for space-saving vertical gardening. Full description



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303 internautes sur 308 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great ideas, Very doable, Very thorough 5 mai 2011
Par C. Fowlkes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Howdy, I garden..too much some say... close to 2 acres of intensive vegetable beds in Vietnam, so I'm always growing 12 months a year
I own just about every gardening book amazon sells, Most books are good for a few Ideas and that's fine
but this book goes into great detail on vertical gardening with some very thorough explanations for vegetables and flowers and many different ways to go about it.
He also gives an honest interpretation of heirlooms and hybrids seeds, I love heirlooms but hybrids get an unnecessary bad rap these days from misinformation.
the author clears that up nicely, he also mentions some varieties that have worked very well for him(Always appreciated)That along with a new Compost tea recipe that I've never seen anywhere else and won't have you going nuts trying to find the ingredients as well as Some very Good and NEW info makes this an easy 5 stars, I'll be changing existing beds and putting up new vertical Beds from the info provided in this book.
260 internautes sur 277 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
General advice but little specifics of vertical structures 31 mai 2011
Par J. L. Maurer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I expected this book to focus on making/buying and using vertical structures in the garden, and was disappointed. Only 30 pages or so cover vertical structures, there are no details for making your own, and most of the ideas were familiar ones. Much of the book covers general gardening topics, like seed starting and compost-making, at a VERY superficial level. There is a good section about which types of plants and varieties grow vertically. This might be a decent book for an absolute beginning gardener who is limited to a small space and currently knows very little about gardening or plants' growing habits. Given the disconnect between my expectations and the actual contents, I returned the book.
72 internautes sur 75 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Nice book for the intermediate level gardener 26 septembre 2011
Par AmbersFinder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've been a home gardener for several years now and I've read lots of gardening books. Most of the books I read now seem to tread over the same info I've already read or discovered on my own. They all seem to be designed for a beginning gardener who needs to know the most basic info about gardening. I still read these books because I like reading about gardening and looking at pictures of plants. This book actually seems to be well thought out and have tips and tricks for an intermediate level gardener. The focus is on vertical gardening, but it has lots of other content too.
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This is the perfect book for the beginning gardener who wants to know about vertical gardening ... 6 mars 2012
Par D. Fowler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Everyone who has a yearly garden has attempted pole beans at one time or another, but seldom thinks about the possibility of trying the same thing with spaghetti squash ('vegetable spaghetti'). Derek Fell rates this particular squash "as one of the easiest vegetables to grow vertically from seed," and, if you are selling your produce, one of the more profitable. This book by no means attempts to guide one or give plans as to how to make trellises or other vertical gardening accessories such as arches. These items are commonly sold in gardening supply stores or even at your local hardware store. If you are interested in making them, you need to look elsewhere. This book is all about Fell's experience with vertical gardening, one in which he shares his tried and true methods with us.

Once I got the drift of what this book was and was not about, I was amazed at the amount of information tucked inside these pages. Yes, trellises and arches are discussed. I learned where to best incorporate them in my garden and what plants grow best on them. For example, "simple arches are ideal to support quick-growing annuals like ornamental gourds and morning glories, but you should not use them for aggressive vines like wisteria." A brief textual and visual lesson shows you how vines actually climb, something you'll definitely want to be aware of when you go vertical. Planters and supports systems include bamboo supports, builder's wire, Cascade Gardens adjustable-height trellis, chain link and other fence supports, a fan trellis, bag gardening, plastic pouches, upside-down planters, trellis netting, maypoles, obelisks, and more.

The center section of this book is one of those dream sections with full-color photographs. There are numerous , very informative line drawings that will give you a lot of information to work with. Once again, there are no plans, but you will get the idea of what you want by browsing them. For example, in the composting section you can take a look at three different types of composting bins and commercial. If you really want a good one you could spring for the Tumbleweed Rotating Compost Bin (not mentioned in this book, but highly recommended).

No, this book would probably not appeal to the seasoned pro, but for those who want a basic introduction it's a perfect starter. Rodale books don't tend to cater to the pros, but rather to those who need basic information or, in this case, could be armchair gardeners. In the back of the book is a clear, concise index and "reputable garden suppliers" that can be found on the Internet. Pros can steer clear, but for beginners this book is a winner!
56 internautes sur 62 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good innovative book. 4 mai 2011
Par Philbert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The book gives some very good information for gardeners. The author does not give too many specifications and measurements for building some of the equipment, which would help in building your own.
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