Lately, since I have many hours of free time, I have been reading up a storm. Jumping around from book to book, gathering info, taking notes, learning new techniques, and gaining insight. These are all excellent books so far.
Cheeeeeese! Need I say more.
Vegetable gardening is a great vegetable reference book with detailed info on many crops.
The New Organic Grower is fabulous. Elliot Coleman is a genius! Info on all aspects of vegetables, cultivation, market gardening, etc...
The Heirloom Tomato is a mouth watering reference to some of the best tomatoes out there. My favorite aspects are the photos and the flavor ratings.
I received this book free many years ago with my subscription to Organic Gardening magazine. Nice little booklet with tons of info.
A really nice composting reference.
Great and fun! Learn the likes and dislikes of tons of flowers, herbs, fruits, shrubs, trees, and vegetables. Plus info on poisonous plants, garden plans and more.
Backyard Market Gardening is full of great ideas that are still applicable today even though this book is a bit older.
Excellent in every aspect. So much inspiration and good, useful info to get anyone started.
I love this book. The section on Goats cracked me up. This book makes me want to own each and every animal!