Organic Seeds Edible Plants Organic Pest Controls Books Tools, Propagation & Fertilisers Sprouting & Microgreens Poultry Supplies Specials

Top

We will send an email to this address*

when is next available

* we will use this email address only for this notification and then we will delete it.
    CheckoutCheckout Icon
The maximum total postage and handling is only $10.95 (QLD) or $11.95 (all other states) or $6.95 for up to 100 standard packets of seed.
Home
Edible Water Gardens: Growing Water-Plants for Food and Profit
Nick Romanowski 2007
Nick Romanowski is a biologist who has written many books on aquatic and wetland plants. His new book Edible Water Gardens is the first complete guide to growing and using edible wetland plants published worldwide. Beautifully photographed, it includes information on every freshwater aquatic or water's edge plant known to be grown or harvested for food with their ecological and nutrient requirements. Also included are spectacular ornamentals and ideas on how to implement 'underwater' landscaping. This is a 'must have' for anyone interested in water plants. HB 147pp
BE119Reduced from $29.95
Growing and Using Garlic
Glenn Andrews 1998 (USA)
A simple introduction to growing garlic, this booklet covers soil preparation, when to plant, watering and harvesting. Includes recipes to showcase your home-grown garlic: try Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic; Garlic and Rosemary Focaccia or Soupe au Pistou. Yum. Resources listed are US. 32pp

BG140
Grow The Best Tomatoes
John Page Revised Edition 1998 (USA)
A compact, comprehensive guide to growing, caring for and maintaining your tomatoes. Includes information on sowing, potting, mulching, pests, fertilising and controlling leafy growth. A section on supporting your plants provides many interesting alternatives to staking. After harvesting, how about saving seeds of your favourite type? Black and white illustrations. Resources listed are USA. 32pp

BG138
Grow The Best Tomatoes Booklet and Seed Pack Save $5.00
Includes an informative booklet and three packets of seeds: grow tasty tomatoes for salads, cooking and preserving. Tomato seeds: BG139Save $5.00
Kitchen Garden Companion: Growing
Stephanie Alexander (Aus) 2016
Completely revised and updated
Learn from one of Australia's premier garden/chefs how to dig, plant, water, grow and harvest 73 fruits, herbs and vegetables. The thorough growing information is suitable for the most popular home grown produce for all parts of Australia. Each plant has at least 4 pages dedicated to everything you need to know: soil conditions; when and how to plant; companion planting tips; special considerations for container growing; preparing and sharing the abundant harvest. Full colour. 384pp

BK110
The Pumpkin Book
Jackie French 1996 (AUS)
Jackie French is a born-again pumpkin lover! In this book of all things pumpkin, she shares recipes, growing advice and a whole lot more. It's a celebration of a wonderful staple vegetable (or fruit, really) that can be baked, steamed, pickled and turned into soup, cakes, biscuits, pies and of course, scones. The wholesome, easy-to-follow recipes include Pumpkin Gnocchi, Pumpkin Sauce for fish, and Savoury Pumpkin Flowers with Ricotta Filling.
Consult the Pumpkin Calendar for a pumpkin-grower's timetable; select the ideal companion plants and learn methods to manage common pests and diseases. Profiles of dozens of different pumpkin varieties include likely yields and weight ranges, days to harvest, what each is best used for and much more. All served with a smattering of pumpkin anecdotes. 117pp
BP149

Also available as part of the Gourmet Pumpkin Book and Seed Pack
Gourmet Pumpkin Book and Seed Pack Save $5.00

Includes:
The Pumpkin Book by Jackie French
1 packet of Pumpkin 'Golden Nugget' - bush variety that can be grown in smaller gardens;
1 packet of Pumpkin 'Jarrahdale' - a rich-flavoured heirloom that stores well.
1 packet of Pumpkin 'Musquee de Provence' - a large 'fairy tale' pumpkin;

BP153Save $5.00

Pumpkin seed available here
Tomatoes for Everyone: A Practical Guide To Growing Tomatoes All Year Round
Allen Gilbert 1997 (AUS)
All you need to know about tomato growing in this one great Australian book. An excellent read for keen gardeners and tomato lovers as you will learn about planting from seed, seedlings or grafting to other Solanum species right through to harvesting, recipes and storing. Fertilisers, staking, different growing methods (no dig, pots, hydroponics), pest and disease identification and control are well covered and illustrated with colour photographs and clear diagrams. Over 100 varieties of tomato are described in an easy to use chart format; characteristics and particular uses of different cultivars are also listed. 142pp

BT106
Tropical Food Gardens: A Guide to Growing Fruit, Herbs and Vegetables in Tropical and Sub-tropical Climates
Leonie Norrington 2001 (AUS)
This excellent book is written in an informative, conversational style that is engaging and funny. Beautiful hand-painted graphics accompany the witty prose. This is easily the best book we have come across for northern gardeners. 160pp

BT100
Please note that a wide range of books on vegetable growing is available on the Organic Gardening page including:
Organic Vegetable Gardening

See also:
Asian Herbs and Vegetables: How to Identify, Grow and Use Them in Australia

HOW TO SHOP
Use the Minus Sign to subtract one and the Plus Sign to add one, to the quantity. Or simply type the number and hit enter. View your selection or complete your order hereCheckout Having trouble? Call Green Harvest on 1800 681014 Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm (EST) Queensland.
Home
Why Shop with Us Free Australian Organic Gardening Resource Guide Contact Us About Us
Shopping here is private and secure.
 
 
Copyright © 2001 - 2016  Green Harvest Organic Gardening Supplies
No part of this website may be reproduced without permission of the owner