The Postage Stamp Vegetable Garden
Grow Tons of Organic Vegetables in Tiny Spaces and ContainersBook - 2015
To accommodate today's lifestyles, a garden needs to fit easily into a very small plot, take as little time as possible to maintain, require a minimum amount of water, and still produce prolifically. That's exactly what a postage stamp garden does. Postage stamp gardens are as little as 4 by 4 feet, and, after the initial soil preparation, they require very little extra work to produce a tremendous amount of vegetables--for instance, a 5-by-5-foot bed will produce a minimum of 200 pounds of vegetables. When first published 40 years ago, the postage stamp techniques, including closely planted beds rather than rows, vines and trailing plants grown vertically to free up space, and intercropping, were groundbreaking. Now, in an ever busier world, the postage stamp intensive gardening method continues to be invaluable for gardeners who wish to weed, water, and work a whole lot less yet produce so much more.
Publisher: Berkeley : Ten Speed Press, 2015
Edition: First Ten Speed Press edition
Branch Call Number: 635 NEWCOMB
Characteristics: 217 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: Grow tons of organic vegetables in tiny spaces and containers