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GROW FOOD ANYWHERE: THE NEW GUIDE TO SMALL-SPACE GARDENING by Mat Pember and Dillon Seitchik-Reardon (Hardie Grant 2017) Review by Patrick Lias The latest offering by The Little Veggie Patch Co is like a good urban garden—colourful, full of diversity, well-planned and organised. Grow Food Anywhere covers the basics of small-space productive gardening in a fun and informative fashion. Divided into three sections, the first, ‘What plants need’ covers the nutritional and growing requirements for specific plants as well as general soil fertility . ‘Fruit and veg to grow’ has an emphasis on plant suitability for small-scale growing, consolidated into…

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