Designing The New Kitchen Garden
An American Potager HandbookBook - 2006
Most gardeners know how rewarding it is to harvest ripe, sun-warmed tomatoes or pungent herbs straight from the garden. But those pleasures can be multiplied a hundredfold by creating a garden that is not only productive, but also a beautiful, well-integrated part of the home landscape. In this handsome volume, Jennifer Bartley shows how the traditional features of the classic kitchen garden, or potager, can be adapted to contemporary American needs and conditions. The book is informed by her conviction that the nurturing, preparing, and eating of fresh, home-grown vegetables contributes enormously both to our ties with the natural world and our ties to each other. Copiously illustrated with photographs and with the author's delightful watercolours, Designing the New Kitchen Garden offers the perfect blend of inspiration and practical guidance.
Publisher: Portland, Or. : Timber Press, 2006.
Characteristics: 222 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.