How to Grow Your Own Nuts
Choosing, cultivating and harvesting nuts in your garden
By (author) Martin CrawfordPhotographs by Joanna Brown
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“Martin is a true pioneer and his work deserves respect and celebration.” - Permaculture Magazine
“Martin Crawford is a frontiersman, a pioneering teacher and an inspiration. Both his work and his garden are national treasures.” - Chris Nichols, Director of the Ashridge MSc in Sustainability and Responsibility.
Martin Crawford is a garden writer and founder of the Agroforestry Research Trust. He teaches courses on Forest Gardening and Growing Nut Crops. His book Creating a Forest Garden is considered the forest gardening ‘bible’ and his How to Grow Perennial Vegetables, is highly popular among practical gardeners.
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This is the definitive book on growing your own nuts, from a leading forest gardening expert.
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How to grow your own nuts is a beautiful and comprehensive guide to selecting, cultivating, harvesting and processing all types of nut.
How To Grow Your Own Nuts (cased) Martin Crawford
Creating a Forest Garden (cased) Martin Crawford
How To Grow Perennial Vegetables Martin Crawford
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