Seed saving : a beginner's guide to heirloom gardening / Caleb Warnock.
Seed saving guru Caleb Warnock guides you through the process of saving your own seeds and cultivating a garden all your own. Discover the secrets to saving seeds from more than thirty vegetable varieties, from brussels sprouts to sunchokes and everything in between. Warnock explains the minimum number of plants you'll need for a good seed crop, the difficulty level of saving that kind of seed, which other varieties will cross-pollinate with the seed, how to harvest the seeds and make them usable. Use this guide to become a more self-sustaining gardener and create a wealth of seeds your family can use for years to come - provided by publisher
- ISBN: 9781462113422
- ISBN: 1462113427
- Physical Description: vi, 122 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Springville, Utah : Hobble Creek Press, 
- Copyright: ©2017
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Why carrots and tomatoes don't grow as weeds -- How wild vegetables became domesticated -- The five seed types -- Understanding which plants reproduce and how -- How to prevent wild seeds -- Phenotype expression & inbreeding -- A vegetable species list -- Facts every seed saver should know -- Asian greens (Chinese mustards) -- Plants and their seeds.
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