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Small space organics : creating sustainable, edible gardens / Josh Byrne ; foreword by Peter Cundall.

By: Byrne, Josh [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Richmond, Victoria : Hardie Grant Books, 2013Description: 239 pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781740668989 (pbk); 1740668987 (pbk); 9781742708713 (paperback); 1742708714 (paperback).Subject(s): Organic gardening | Urban gardening | PermacultureDDC classification: 635.0484091732
Contents:
Creating sustainable, edible gardens.
Summary: Small Space Organics follows the development of a small urban garden in Fremantle, Australia. Illustrated with technical diagrams, sketches and before-and-after photos, the book charts the process for creating innovative, sustainable and stylish ways to incorporate organic food production into urban residential landscapes. Small Space Organics includes the latest research and techniques for permaculture, water conservation and propagation, as well as step by step instructions on how to create your own urban organic food garden.
List(s) this item appears in: 9. Your Best Reads of 2017
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'Small Space Organics' follows the development of a small urban garden in Fremantle, Australia. Illustrated with technical diagrams, sketches and before-and-after photos, the book charts the process for creating innovative, sustainable and stylish ways to incorporate organic food production into urban residential landscapes.

Includes index.

Creating sustainable, edible gardens.

Small Space Organics follows the development of a small urban garden in Fremantle, Australia. Illustrated with technical diagrams, sketches and before-and-after photos, the book charts the process for creating innovative, sustainable and stylish ways to incorporate organic food production into urban residential landscapes. Small Space Organics includes the latest research and techniques for permaculture, water conservation and propagation, as well as step by step instructions on how to create your own urban organic food garden.

Part of the Sustainability Collection at Queenstown Lakes Libraries

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