Big Veg

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Big Veg Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Headline Publishing Group
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Pages: 192 Illustrations and other contents: Full colour photographs; Full colour photographs Language: English ISBN: 9781472287014 Categories: , Tag:

Learn how to grow big veg with Gerald Stratford, the gardening grandad loved by a quarter of a million fans on Twitter.

Full of Gerald’s trademark encouragement, dry humour and grandfatherly wisdom – this book makes the perfect companion for anyone keen to grow-your-own. Big Veg is a funny, charming and handy book about growing veg, illustrated with photos of Gerald as he potters around his garden. With an easy to follow month-by-month guide to sowing, planting and harvesting veg, and tips on how to grow really big veg, Gerald’s book is packed with decades of gardening know-how.

“I am very grateful for all the interest my wonderful friends and followers on Twitter have taken in my gardening. Whether you’re looking to learn more about growing big veg or to find out about the way I do things, I hope this book will provide you with the motivation you need to get out in the garden. Cheers!” – Gerald

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Wonderful gardening book... an absolute must for the green-fingered * Woman's Weekly * The Vegetable King * Independent * The superstar of big veg * The Guardian * Gerald Stratford knows how to garden * The New York Times * The happiest man on Twitter * The Cut *

Author Biography

Gerald lives in a Cotswolds village with his partner Liz, their dog Sky and Jet the cat. Gerald's earliest childhood memories are of helping his dad in the garden and on the allotment, and he now continues to pass that love for gardening on to his children, grandchildren, and thousands of online followers.

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