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Planting Plans For Your Kitchen Garden: How to Create a Vegetable, Herb and Fruit Garden in Easy Stages

Holly Farrell

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Gardening: growing fruit & vegetables

How to create a vegetable, herb and fruit garden in easy stages.

Planting Plans for Your Kitchen Garden gives you all you need to turn your back garden into a productive paradise with modular planting plans for simple beds of vegetables, herbs, fruit and cut flowers. You can also mix and match the beds to create your own kitchen garden or allotment.

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Praise for Planting Plans For Your Kitchen Garden: How to Create a Vegetable, Herb and Fruit Garden in Easy Stages

  • Beautifully illustrated, easy-to-follow guide to turning your back garden into a productive paradise. - Property Scene

  • A clever concept, which I think will be of considerable help to anyone taking on a vegetable patch for the first time. - Morning Star

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Holly Farrell

Holly Farrell trained at RHS Garden Wisley, where she gained the Wisley Diploma and RHS Certificates in Horticulture. Since then she has worked in gardens large and small, and written numerous books. RHS Gardening for Mindfulness was a finalist at the 2017 Garden Media Guild Awards, as was The Jam Maker's Garden. Holly is also the author of Growing Herbs (Kew Gardener's Guides), Grow Your Own Cake, RHS Happy Houseplants, RHS Miniature Garden Grower, and RHS Plants from Pips (winner, Prix PJ Redoute 2016). Get Growing is her latest in a series of titles all aimed to inspire people to get outside and take up gardening; forthcoming titles for 2020 and 2021 are Do Bees Need Weeds? (co-author) and Healing with Plants: The Chelsea Physic Garden Herbal.


Holly also regularly contributes to magazines such as The Garden, In the Moment, Breathe, The English Garden, Kitchen Garden and Teen Breathe. Her Instagram account, @hollyfarrellgarden, follows her in her own Shropshire garden and out in the countryside.

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