Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ)’s monthly gardening e-book suggestion.
Guide to Canadian Vegetable Gardening
By Douglas Green
Leading expert Douglas Green’s book is the perfect guide for the novice gardener in Canada. It starts with general gardening information and moves on to explain the country’s wide range of climates, how to identify your zone using the maps provided, and average first and last frosts dates. It also contains tips on how to improve the quality of your soil and how to grow more vegetables in a limited space. The second part of the book has specific instructions on how to grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs, including practical details on when, where and how to plant and care for them.
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Thanks for the recommendation!