Farm and Garden Book|
for Zones 5, 6 and 7
with emphasis on Western North
280 page month-by-month guide when to plant, harvest and maintain your garden,
greenhouse and farm. Includes farm animals. Plus garden tips, seed saving, plant
families, and plant health. FREE
PDF Download: Chapter for July in Book
Good for Tennessee,
Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina and most eastern states. It
can be used in most hardiness zones by adding or subtracting months depending
upon your climate. Make your gardening easier. Buy
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great reference." -Noel, Highlands, NC
"Hi Nancy! I wanted to let you know I love your book!! I grew up with a family
that ate from large gardens all year and have gardened myself for awhile now with
above-average success. This book has so much shared knowledge in it. Thank You!!
I feel my garden will be better than ever following this as a basic guide and
all the many many tips in it for so many crops! Great job putting this book together!"
-Angie, Sweetwater, Tennessee
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I sell comfrey
roots for planting.
||Comfrey Book, Volume 1:|
Botany and History of Comfrey,
Garden Uses of Comfrey
Taxonomy and Nomenclature of Comfrey, Borage Family- Symphytum Genus, Symphytum Species, Symphytum Species Classifications,
Symphytum Genus Description, Symphytum Species Overview, Details about Symphytum Species, Details about Symphytum Species Hybrids.
Prehistory and Ancient Times and Middle Ages, Renaissance and Comfrey: 1400s to 1600s,
Age of Enlightenment and Comfrey: 1700s, Age of Revolution and Comfrey: 1800s, The 1900s and Comfrey.
Garden Uses of Comfrey: Compost / Fertilize / Potting Mix, Growing Vegetables and Fruit with Comfrey Fertilizer, Nutritional Value of Comfrey.
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us." -Eva, Downington, Pennsylvania|
This photo is from Penny in Maryville, Tennessee.
is a labor of love. I am happy to share my plants with you so you have the
same fun that I do. I am located in Nantahala in Topton, North Carolina,
"Land of the Noon Day Sun".
"Thank you for your help and for what you do as an example
of taking care of the Earth." -Amber, Todd, North Carolina
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