Rising star of the organic GYO scene, Anna Greenland, presents her top 30 crops to grow in containers or a small raised bed, and provides all the information you need to make sure they flourish.
Foreword by Raymond Blanc.
'Anna is my go-to expert for all veg growing advice. She really knows her stuff.' - Melissa Hemsley
Grow Easy is a superb book for those embarking on a journey to grow edibles, or those who are more experienced and looking to hone their skills. - Raymond Blanc
'Anna's growing skills translate easily into the pages of this book, so rich with information.' - Charles Dowding
'Anna is helping a new greener generation grow.' - Gill Meller
A new generation of gardeners are hungry for the know-how to transform their balconies, front steps and back gardens into spaces to grow edibles. Anna Greenland, rising star of the organic grow-your-own scene, offers the jargon- free information, inspiration and confidence you need to get growing from scratch with absolutely no prior knowledge. Growing in an organic, sustainable way is central to this book and it doesn't need to be difficult or costly with Grow Easy at your side.
* Try Anna's 30 top crop choices of vegetables, herbs, flowers and fruit that are perfect for small spaces. Plant 'spotlights' give in-depth advice on how to grow each crop in a pot, in the ground or on a windowsill, plus Anna shares her trusted recipes to make the most of the harvest.
* A year-round planner keeps you on track with monthly tasks.
* Seasonal crop plans are included for those with small gardens, with a blueprint for two raised beds that gives continuous harvests and avoids gluts.
The gentle Anna Greenland, who looks after the vegetable garden, carries old wisdom and deep understanding of the seasons in her young soul which is beautiful to see.
Anna is my go-to expert for all veg growing advice. She really knows her stuff. - Melissa Hemsley
Anna's growing skills translate easily into the pages of this book, so rich with information. - Charles Dowding
Anna is helping a new greener generation grow. - Gill Meller