Grow 11

Grow, Vol. 11 (Digital Issue)

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Successful growing strategies plus tips on beekeeping

Editors of Fine Gardening

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The go-to resource for growing your own. With the explosion of interest in farm-fresh produce and eating healthy, more and more folks — many of them first-time gardeners — are growing their own edibles. However much your experience and whatever size your garden, you’ll discover a lot to love in this latest issue of Grow from Fine Gardening, including:

  • Growing strategies that take you from seed starting to pruning to harvesting
  • Exciting design ideas for incorporating edibles into flower gardens and borders
  • Simply delicious recipes for enjoying everything you grow
  • Gorgeous photographs of real-life gardens ranging from rustic to formal
  • PLUS a special feature on beekeeping!

Everything you want to know... and need to know! Like its popular predecessors, Grow, Vol. 11 is just bursting with pointers to guide you through all the phases of the growing season. Photo-filled features cover practical techniques for starting vegetables from seed, planting blueberries, taming sprawling squash vines, pruning fruit trees, and more.

Edibles can be grown in amazingly beautiful gardens. Long gone are the days when fruits and vegetables were grown in rigidly planted rows and consigned to a sunny corner or the back forty. You’ll see how creative gardeners include edibles into flowerbeds and work them into front-yard plantings. Or go for high impact by planting edibles and herbs in gorgeous parterre-style gardens as charming as those you might expect to find in the French countryside. And learn clever ways to elevate climbing vegetables, including a potato tower, to add exciting focal points to your landscape.

Explore the many delights of vegetable gardening. Once you’ve enjoyed the incomparable flavor of just-picked blueberries or cooked tiny little squash fresh off the vine, you’ll know why vegetable gardening is so rewarding. Pick up this latest issue of Grow and learn how to design, plant, grow, and harvest your very own fruits, herbs, vegetables, and berries. You will love the results!

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