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Grow Your Own – Book, Cherry Tomato Seeds Plus Coir Pots

$50.00

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Grow Your Own – How To Be An Urban Farmer book with cherry tomato seed kit: This special offer will continue until our stock of seeds run out. Purchase this pack to receive one copy of Grow Your Own, three biodegradable coir pots and a pack of cherry tomato seeds. Cherry tomatoes are easy to grow, so are a great for gardening beginners to gain confidence and success with growing edibles and also for children to learn about where food comes from, how to care for plants and the simple joy that can come from growing a tomato vine.

Cherry tomato information- Sow early spring to summer in most areas, all year round in warm northern areas. Sow direct where you want them or into pots or punnets, 5mm deep and keep moist. Will give trusses of small cherry sized fruit. Likes a sunny position. Can be grown in a large pot.

Grow Your Own – How To Be An Urban Farmer is an accessible and inspiring soft cover book full of clever solutions to help maximize even the tiniest urban growing space, sustainably.

Angus Stewart and Simon Leake, leading experts in horticulture and soil science, share skills and practical advice and scientific knowledge to help get the best from your edible garden.

Whether you are growing herbs in a window box or harvesting carrots from a community garden, this book will teach you how to identify suitable crops and the nutrients they need to thrive, set up healthy soil, and create many styles of productive garden beds. Propagation, drainage and composting are well covered, as are tackling pests and diseases, establishing worm farms, and keeping chickens and bees.

No matter the space, there’s room to grow!

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