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How to Grow Perennial Vegetables: Low-Maintenance, Low-Impact Vegetable Gardening [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Martin Crawford , Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
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2. April 2012
Perennial vegetables are a joy to grow and require a lot less time and effort than annuals. In this book Martin Crawford gives comprehensive advice on all types of perennial vegetable (edible plants that live longer than three years), from ground-cover plants and coppiced trees to plants for bog gardens and edible woodland plants. There are many advantages to growing perennial vegetables, for example: * they need less tillage than conventional vegetables and so help retain carbon in the soil * the soil structure is not disturbed in their cultivation * they extend the harvesting season, especially in early spring * and, of course, they are much less work. Part One looks at why and how to grow these crops, and how to look after them for maximum health. Part Two features over 100 perennial edibles in detail, both common and unusual - from rhubarb to skirret; Jerusalem artichoke to nodding onions. This book offers inspiration and information for all gardeners, whether experienced or beginner, and also includes plenty of cooking tips. It includes beautiful colour photographs and illustrations throughout.

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"This lovely book makes it clear that we are not just missing a trick, we are missing a feast." -- Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall "I admire tremendously the first-hand experience which informs Martin Crawford's writing. This book leads us down the path to a wealth of perennial vegetables and tells us how to combine them successfully." -- Anne Swithinbank "A really useful book... Let us start freeing outselves from the tyranny of the annual sowing, thinning and planting regime." -- Bob Flowerdew "At last an indepth book on perennial vegetables combined with Martin Crawford's usual diligence of research - essential reading." -- Ben Law "A lot of information is packed into a relatively short space... Lots of the plants listed were new to me entirely, or as an edible possibility. Now I'm not only thinking where edible perennials may fit on my allotment, but also in my garden too! This is an informative and detailed book, which I shall be returning to again and again." vegplotting.blogspot

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"Martin is a true pioneer and his work deserves respect and celebration." - Permaculture Magazine "Martin Crawford is a frontiersman, a pioneering teacher and an inspiration. Both his work and his garden are national treasures." - Chris Nichols, Director of the Ashridge MSc in Sustainability and Responsibility. Martin started his working life a computer programmer but his passion for organic gardening quickly led to a change in career. He has had broad and varied horticultural/agricultural experience over the last 25 years - he has worked for the Yarner Trust in North Devon, teaching small-scale organic agriculture; grown food for a small hotel on the Isle of Iona; restored the walled gardens of a manor house in mid-Devon; and run his own organic market garden and tree nursery in South Devon. His experience led him to the concept of forest gardening as a sustainable system that can flourish in our changing climate conditions, and it was this that led to the founding of the Agroforestry Research Trust in 1992, a non-profit-making charity that researches into temperate agroforestry and all aspects of plant cropping and uses, with a focus on tree, shrub and perennial crops. At his 2-acre forest garden in Dartington, Devon, planted 15 years ago, Martin systematically researches plant interactions and unusual crops. He also runs a commercial tree nursery specialising in unusual trees and shrubs, and has an 8-acre trial site, researching fruit and nut trees. Martin teaches courses on Forest Gardening and Growing Nut Crops, writes books and edits a quarterly journal, Agroforestry News. His book Creating a Forest Garden - the forest gardening 'bible' - was published in 2010. His other books include Cherries: Production and Culture, Directory of Apple Cultivars, Directory of Pear Cultivars, Peaches and Apricots, Plums: Production, Culture and Cultivar Directory, Currants and Gooseberries, Blackberries and Raspberries, Chestnuts: Production and Culture, Hazelnuts: Production and Culture, Walnuts: Production and Culture, Bamboos, Ground Cover Plants, Nitrogen-fixing Plants for Temperate Climates, Timber Trees for Temperate Climates, Edible Plants for Temperate Climates,Useful Plants for Temperate Climates, Plants for Hedging, Plants for Basketry, Bee Plants and Dye Plants. His latest book, How to Grow Perennial Vegetables, was published in 2012. He is a director of 'Gaia', a Trust formed by James Lovelock to further his work. He lives in Dartington with his wife and two children. See www.agroforestry.co.uk for more information.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Inhalt toll, Aufmachung schlecht 21. Dezember 2012
Von daggeline
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Das Buch ist einerseits 5 Sterne wert, vom Inhalt her, aber andererseits so schlecht gebunden, daß die ersten 12 Blätter lose waren, bevor ich nur auf Seite 9 war.
Also das Buch bitte nicht mehr als 90° öffnen.....
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3.0 von 5 Sternen weiße schrift am schwarz/weiß kindle?? 21. August 2012
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inhaltlich ist das buch super, aber der kindle-aufbereitung mangelt es an äußerst wesentlichen details: viele pflanzennamen sind mit weißer schrift im farbfeld...am schwarz/weiß kindle werden sie unsichtbar...das buch musste ich am pc lesen...sehr ärgerlich!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen I would have chosen other plants 10. Januar 2013
Von gumnut - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While the book is very well organized,the selection of the plants presented is not that great. Buying such a book I expected to learn about perennial edible plants I haven't heard of.
First very well known plants like elder or asparagus are included, which gardener does not know about these? Second some plants presented are herb plants like apple mint, not really a vegetable and not uncommon either. Other plants are weeds one will find in forager's handbook.
Most of the plants are edible greens and there are a few tubers, none of them unknown to me.
At least for ramsons, I know it is very difficult to grow from seed. I have tried this twice without success, and the book suggests to simply direct sow in autumn!
Some entries like the edible hostas were quite interesting, however the yield are only the young shoots. Many of the plants don't seem to yield very much for the space and there are no yields given. I miss as well more hints how difficult it would be to cook some of the more fiddly plants.
Out of the two books on perennial vegetables I like the book written by Toensnaier much more, but many entries are for warmer climate and this one is more for the UK.

On the top of it: the binding is miserable, my book falls apart!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Known and Lesser Known Perennials In A Nutshell 9. März 2013
Von C. Brenner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There is no one book that can tell you how to grow everything, but this book is such a handy reference guide to start with when learning about perennials. I keep it handy. Crawford introduces it with a long section dealing with polyculture, and unless you are already well familiar with permaculture, you will learn a lot. In the A-Z plant section you will come across maybe a hundred plants of varying edibility; quite a few are easy to grow and very tasty. The author gives a short description of each along with rudimentary growing instructions. He includes zone hardiness information as well. I keep this on my shelf right next to Eric Toensmeir's 'Perennial Vegetables.'
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great resource 2. Januar 2014
Von Robert Lee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Great info...well-balanced between hows, whens, whys, AND whats. Crawford is a dependable source, stewarding the best example of a forest garden in the western world. Perennials are the future!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great resource 31. Januar 2014
Von ML - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I use this book for building my food forest collection and it is fantastic. A lot of great plants and tons of information on growing and using them. Lots of good pictures and It's very enjoyable to read as well.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Falling apart 2. Mai 2013
Von Bonnie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We have had this book since February and it has been used gently 2 times and it is falling apart.
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