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What does organic mean? How do you make an organic garden? Why are worms and ladybirds so important? Discover the answers to these questions as well as lots of other useful advice in this lovely first book for budding organic gardeners and cooks. It's always exciting to cultivate your own plants, whether in pots, window-boxes or in the garden – and everyone loves to eat fresh, home-grown produce. This colourful Grow Organic, Eat Organic is packed with useful information and offers a clear, practical, step-by-step approach to sowing, cooking and eating, in harmony with the natural world.
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Lone Morton trained as a graphic designer at St Martin's School of Art and now runs Isokon, a furniture business, with her husband. Before furniture, and after two holidays on an organic farm in Canada, Lone was inspired to turn her West London garden into a flourishing organic plot. This book shares the results of her hard work and experience with budding organic gardeners of all ages.
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