In Plant Grow Harvest Repeat, home gardeners will learn how the principle of succession—one of the key dynamics of the natural world—can make their vegetable garden more productive, beautiful, and enjoyable in every season.
“Full of wisdom, inspiration, and practical knowledge to help any gardener maximize production through creative thinking and strategic planning—naturally!”—Deanna Talerico, creator, Homestead and Chill
“Wonderfully written, beautifully illustrated, and everything you need to know to get more productivity out of your food garden.” —Joe Lamp’l, creator and executive producer, Growing a Greener World
“Learning how, when, and what to succession plant is a skill that comes with experience, but you can take a shortcut by reading Plant Grow Harvest Repeat. Essential reading for all vegetable gardeners.”—Niki Jabbour, author of The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener
“An incredible tome on getting the most out of your garden, big or small.”—Kevin Espiritu, founder, Epic Gardening
Meg McAndrews Cowden is a self-taught organic gardener with an advanced degree in natural resource management. Having lived on both coasts and settled in the upper Midwest, she has knowledge and experience living, playing, and gardening in many different ecosystems, from the eastern hardwoods of southern New England where she ran free as a child to the majestic rain forests of the Pacific Northwest where she found home in college to the edge of the prairie outside Minneapolis where she and her husband are raising their two boys. Follow her on Instagram @seedtofork.