I prepare my winter garden : sow at the right time and harvest up to Easter!


Garden & Nature

Jean-Jacques Raynal

Terre Vivante

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21 x 21cm
120 pages

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There are many advantages to having a winter vegetable garden: harvesting fresh vegetables throughout the winter, few or less problems with disease or pests, (almost) no watering, complementing summer vegetables, physical exercise…two key points are however necessary : anticipation and organisation. The winter garden is prepared from springtime onwards and means respecting vegetable successions and a sequential calendar for sowing and planting. Blaise Leclerc details this underused and little-known practice and explains the adequate techniques (protection, mulching, conservation…). 20 factsheets present the necessary information in order to

grow and harvest carrots, parsnips, cabbage, radish…all winter long!

Jean-Jacques Raynal

Jean-Jacques Raynal is a photographer.
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