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Indolent kitchen gardening : a vegetable growing and cooking guide for the part-time Canberra gardener using minimum effort and organic gardening techniques

Smith, Libby


Indolent kitchen gardening? Doesn{u2019}t sound right? In this book Libby Smith shows you how your garden can produce vegetables all through the year without blood, sweat and tears (though you must toil a little). The answer lies in the mulch. Mulching is the basis; earthworms, compost, compatible plants and other organic management techniques are aids to success. Oriented to a cool climate with some frosts, such as Canberra{u2019}s, Indolent Kitchen Gardening shows that you can have a reliable...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Press (1965-Present)
Date published: 1981
Type: Book
Access Rights: Open Access


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