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Our Favourite Books

These Canadian written and produced reference books are useful for the skilled as well as the beginner gardener.

The Tomato Bulletin
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Our 36-page tomato information booklet contains sections on heirlooms vs. hybrids, growing tomatoes, diseases and pests, harvesting your crop, preserving your tomatoes (canning, juicing, drying) and saving your heirloom tomato seeds for another year of bounty. This revised version features a chart describing many popular heirlooms. A ‘must-have’ for all new growers.

How to Save Your Own Vegetable Seeds (6th Edition)
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NEW - Seeds of Diversity Canada’s 6th edition (68-page) is greatly expanded from the previous edition, giving seed savers the most up-to-date information on seeds, flowers and pollination. It demystifies the techniques of saving seeds from common garden vegetables, giving simple detailed instructions for each type. Written with beginners and experts in mind, this is a manual for home seed savers as well as small-scale commercial growers. Whether you are learning to save rare heirloom varieties, discovering how to save money by growing your own seeds, or simply interested in learning more about the finer aspects of seeds and gardening, this is an excellent beginner's manual. Sections for the advanced seed saver give details on seed production of biennial crops (beets, carrots, celery, leeks, etc), hand pollination, and many more helpful hints.

From Seed to Table
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Growing your own, eating seasonally and locally, and understanding the issues; all this plus a month-by-month ‘how-to’ organic garden written by Kingston, Ontario area resident Janette Haase. Vegetable garden plans, guidelines for planting vegetables and delicious seasonal recipes in an easy-to-read must-have manual. (245 pages.)

Companion Planting at a Glance
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Beneficial and Edible Flowers
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Celestial Planting Calendar 2015
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This 40-page, full-colour, 13-month calendar consists of introductory and advanced articles as well as charts, poetry and wisdom teachings. It is designed for use in both northern and southern hemispheres. Each monthly presentation consists of daily and hourly colour-coded charts of lunar placements in the zodiac as well as solar, lunar, and planetary interrelationships. The easy-to-read pictorials on these charts include lunar phases, apogee and perigee and lunar nodes. The reader can quickly catch on to how these elements influence plant growth and reproduction. For more advanced biodynamic practitioners, there is a column listing angular relationships between planets which identify auspicious times conducive for seed saving. Specific days are identified for applying biodynamic preparations such as BD500 and BD501. This calendar also includes a collection of wisdom teachings around the lunar rhythms as well as a column on how to work with lunar phases. To balance out this analytical information, the document has 15 original paintings that enhance the artistic and creative flavour of this document. Rosemary Tayler, Writer & Editor Cesar Gomez, Day-keeper Kathryn Aunger, Graphic Designer

Where Do I Start?
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Your essential gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free food allergy cookbook by Victoria Yeh. This is more than just a cookbook - it is a resource book for anyone struggling to adapt to dietary restrictions to some of today's most common foods: wheat, dairy and refined sugar. Over 80 recipes for meals, snacks and desserts to help kickstart a new healthy lifestyle. Includes substitution tables, a troubleshooting guide and insightful tips.

Favorite Garden Tips
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Marjorie Harris reveals the secrets that have kept her celebrated garden blooming. This alphabetical reference guide provides twelve hundred practical and proven solutions to your gardening dilemmas. For beginners and veterans alike, this is a book you cannot afford to be without.

Organic Gardening
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Reader's Digest's complete practical guide to planning, planting and maintaining an organic garden with healthy ornamental plants and better-tasting fruit and vegetables. Lots of photos and illustrations.

The Book of Garden Secrets
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A down-to-earth guide to the art and science of growing better vegetables by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent and Diane E. Bilderback. This book provides both the neophyte and the seasoned gardener with the advice of two experts whose long experience in growing vegetables under difficult conditions will help others avoid the common mistakes that are the source of so much bafflement and frustration.

Heirloom Country Gardens
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Sarah Wolfgang Heffner wrote this timeless treasure for today's gardeners. She combines practical information on planting with fascinating historical details on heirloom plants. She has included planting information, seed saving advice, craft ideas and even some heritage recipes for the adventurous.

The New York Times Book of Vegetable Gardening
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Joan Lee Faust wrote this gem. Beautiful tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, beans, zucchini, asparagus, sweet peppers, onions, leeks, rutabaga, broccoli, radishes, peas ... grow your own vegetables and savour fresh picked flavour, watch your food bills shrink and know the soul-satisfying pleasure of growing and eating your own food.

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