Sally Nex

Growing Self-Sufficiency

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Growing Self-Sufficiency is a practical and inspirational guide for both the beginner and the experienced gardener. It explains how you can enjoy the satisfaction and pride of providing food for yourself and your family, whether you have just a small balcony or back yard, a large garden, or a homestead or smallholding.

Learn how to:

 Enjoy fresh and tasty vegetables in season

 Grow delicious fruit for eating all year round

 Produce your own chicken, eggs and lamb, guaranteed free from harmful chemicals and additives

 Preserve your produce – from freezing and drying to making jams, chutneys and pickles

 Make your own drinks: juices, cordials, cider, wine and liqueurs

 Grow medicinal herbs and make your own herbal remedies

 Provide more food from your plot than you ever thought possible!

“There can be no better person than Sally Nex to help growers take the next step towards self-sufficiency … She writes with a clarity, enthusiasm and humour that pulls the reader along with her. If you weren’t thinking of upping your vegetable-growing game before picking up this book, you soon will be.”

Lia Leendertz, award-winning garden and food writer

“For anyone with an interest in gardening and self-sufficiency wanting to make the first step. Easy to read, the book is full of practical information.”

Ann Marie Owens, head gardener at the world-famous

Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

“Producing your own food is empowering, and Growing Self-Sufficiency sums up the notion of ‘practical

self-sufficiency’ and the independence it provides.”

Paul Melnyczuk, Editor, Home Farmer magazine
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475 printed pages
Original publication
2017

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