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Regrow Your Veggies

Growing Vegetables from Roots, Cuttings, and Scraps

Regrow Your Veggies
Melissa Raupach By (author)
Felix Lill By (author)
9781620083680
Product ID:  3680R
$19.99
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2020/02/11
Fox Chapel Publishing

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7.0 X 9.0 in
144 pg


GARDENING / Vegetables
GARDENING / Vegetables


Description

There’s no need to keep buying the same vegetables you eat all the time. This insightful guide will show you how to recycle and regrow more than 20 popular fresh vegetables right at home, from cabbage to coriander. Reduce waste, save money, and Regrow Your Veggies the right (and easy) way!


Reviews

Terrific information! Whether you live in an apartment or on a homestead, Regrow Your Veggies will help you take sustainability to the next level. Learn how to regrow over twenty vegetables and herbs from scraps.The How Do Gardener


This book is perfect for beginners or those with limited space, plus it encourages habits that are good for your wallet, your health, and the environment.Library Journal


Regrow Your Veggies is an inspirational book about how little acts we each do make a difference. It’s accessible, fun and educational and could help us all feel a little less helpless and a lot more connected to the earth and the beauty of what can be accomplished with patience and loving care.        The Keene Sentinel



Author Bio

Melissa Raupach and Felix Lill are the driving force behind the digital gardening magazine, Plantura. Felix is the CEO and a plant expert, while Melissa is a devoted vegan and writes regularly for the magazine. They have over 800k hobby gardeners who subscribe to their digital magazine.
Melissa Raupach and Felix Lill are the driving force behind the digital gardening magazine, Plantura. Felix is the CEO and a plant expert, while Melissa is a devoted vegan and writes regularly for the magazine. They have over 800k hobby gardeners who subscribe to their digital magazine.