How to Grow the Tastiest Food Crops in the Small ... Sweet Peppers and Chilli Peppers: Volume 1
David Haigh has been a professional gardener for over forty years.He holds the Royal Horticultural Society 'Master of Horticulture' qualification and spent part of his training at Kew - the Royal Botanic Gardens.During his career he taught horticulture in Warwickshire, Cambridgeshire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and the mountain Kingdom of Lesotho (southern Africa).David's last position was as Head of Horticulture atNewton Rigg College in his home county of Cumbria.Fascinated from his early days by everything that grew, he is in gardening terms a general practitioner, with a passion for growing fruit and vegetables.This he combines with a love of good healthy food by cooking his own organically grown produce.Nowin semi-retirement he cares for two allotments in Carlisle and runs practical courses for grow-your-own enthusiasts.In addition he acts as a garden holidays tours host for an adult education college and for a hotel in the English Lake District.For the last ten years he has written a weeklygardening column for his local paper.Like all real gardeners he is happiest when his hands are in the soil.
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Designing and Planting Small Gardens: A Practical Guide to Successful Gardening in Smaller Spaces, from Planning the Layout and Plants to Care and ... ... by Step Tips and Over 700 Colour Photographs