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Fruit for the Home and Garden

by Johns, Leslie & Stevenson, Violet

Condition: Very Good/None issued

Australia: Angus & Robertson, 1986. 252pp & over 500g to post. Gives practical advice on growing, harvesting, and preserving fruit and provides recipes for jams, preserves, conserves, chutneys, and sauces. Many fruits are described in detail: where it comes from, what it tastes like, how different varieties occur and are cultivated to advantage. For the home gardener the authors give practical advice on the choice of the best varieties to suit climate and soil conditions, on pruning and fertilising techniques, pest control, on training methods and on when to harvest and how to store the crop.. Card Cover. Very Good/None issued. Illus. by Marianne Yamaguchi. 25 Cm.
  • Bookseller: Little Lane Books AU (AU)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 013363
  • Title: Fruit for the Home and Garden
  • Author: Johns, Leslie & Stevenson, Violet
  • Illustrator: Marianne Yamaguchi
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Jacket condition: None issued
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Angus & Robertson
  • Place: Australia
  • Date published: 1986
  • Keywords: Johns Stevenson Fruit Garden
  • Bookseller catalogs: GARDENING, PLANTS, PLANT HUNTING;
  • Size: 25 Cm



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