Vegetable Gardening for Organic and Biodynamic Growers
(Joel Morrow) Biographies of 76 vegetables with detailed accounts of how to grow them, their climate of origin, their transformation over time, and their nutritional and therapeutic potential. Joel Morrow began his interviews with vegetables when he became editor of the journal Biodynamics in the 1980s. This book is the result of those interviews, which continued for 30 years.” Although the biographies are arranged alphabetically for convenience (from Asian Brassicas to Winter Squash), each chapter reflects my own changing point of view, depending on the date of the interview.” This book is not only a gardening guide; it also guides the reader inwardly to perceive a vegetable as a work of art, a journey, a rite of passage into the natural world. It is destined to become not just a perennially useful tool, but also a favorite bedside book (Soft cover)
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