The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener Wall Calendar 2023: Expert Advice for Growing Your Own Food 365 Days a Year (Calendar)

The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener Wall Calendar 2023: Expert Advice for Growing Your Own Food 365 Days a Year By Niki Jabbour, Workman Calendars Cover Image
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For gardeners, members of CSAs—and anyone who loves a farmers market.

It’s the calendar that offers the two things every home gardener wants: the inspiration of exquisite photography and the help of proven advice. Now, vegetable gardening authority Niki Jabbour—award-winning author of books including The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener and Growing Under Cover, host of The Weekend Gardener radio show, and writer for Fine Gardening and Garden Making, among other publications—brings her expertise to a gorgeous wall calendar. The many uses of grow lights, from starting seedlings to keeping succession crops rolling along. The benefits of cold frames and how to build one. Plus creating your garden wish list, feasting on your bounty, and dreaming big for your future garden. For growers in every region and climate, it’s an unforgettable celebration of the land and the seasons. Printed on responsibly sourced paper.

About the Author


Niki Jabbour is the award-winning author of Growing Under CoverNiki Jabbours Veggie Garden Remix, The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, and Groundbreaking Food Gardens. Her work is found in Fine Gardening, Garden Making, Birds & Blooms, Horticulture, and other publications, and she speaks widely on food gardening at events and shows across North America. She is the host and creator of The Weekend Gardener radio show. She lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and can be found online at nikijabbour.com. 



Product Details
ISBN: 9781523516940
ISBN-10: 1523516941
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Publication Date: August 31st, 2022
Pages: 28
Language: English

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