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Gardening Canada

Canadian Kitchen Garden

by (author) Laura Peters & Alison Beck

Partners Publishing, Lone Pine Publishing
Initial publish date
Apr 2017
Canada, Herbs, Vegetables
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Apr 2017
    List Price
    $24.95 USD

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Fresh Produce in Minutes a Day

Features 85 plants, including vegetables, fruits and berries, herbs, seeds and edible flowers. Just minutes a day nurturing your plants can yield a bountiful harvest. All you need to know about large and small-format gardening, from preparing to planting and harvesting to preserving: flats of microgreens and herbs; accessible containers on the backyard porch, deck or balcony; windowsill trays and pots; care of plants and propagation; sun and soil requirements; companion planting; potential problems and pests; harvesting, preserving and drying your bounty For anyone who wants to grow their own food—easy, fresh and organic!

About the authors

Donna Dawson is known nationally and internationally for her expertise in gardening and as the owner/publisher of, Canada's largest Internet gardening resource site.Not just a virtual gardener, this much-published, award-winning gardening personality received her Master Gardener certificate from the University of Alberta Devonian Botanic Garden in 1996. Her garden in St. Albert has been awarded a national first prize from Canadian Garden Magazine and received various awards from the Edmonton Horticultural Society.Donna is a past secretary of the Alberta Horticultural Association and past director of the Edmonton Horticultural Society. She is currently a member of the Royal Horticultural Society and Garden Writers Association. In 1996 Donna began organizing and hosting garden tours to England and Europe. She has taken groups to Holland, France, Italy, Ireland and England.

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MARIANNE BINETTI writes a syndicated gardening column that reaches over a million readers. Her lighthearted and fun approach to gardening also appeals to TV and radio audiences. Marianne has a degree in Horticulture from Washington State University and lectures extensively to gardening groups.

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