The Vegetable Garden: A Manual for the Amateur Vegetable Gardener cover

The Vegetable Garden: A Manual for the Amateur Vegetable Gardener

Ida Dandridge Bennett

1. 01 - The Sanitary and Economic Value of the Kitchen Garden
2. 02 - The Location of the Garden
3. 03 - Planning the Garden
4. 04 - How To Maintain Fertility-part 1
5. 05 - How To Maintain Fertility-part 2
6. 06 - The Construction and Care of Hotbeds, Cold frames, and Pits-part 1
7. 07 - The Construction and Care of Hotbeds, Cold frames, and Pits-part 2
8. 08 - On the Sowing of Seed
9. 09 - Transplanting
10. 10 - Tools which Make Gardening Easy
11. 11 - On the Growing of Various Vegetables-part 1
12. 12 - On the Growing of Various Vegetables-part 2
13. 13 - On the Growing of Various Vegetables-part 3
14. 14 - Root Vegetables-part 1
15. 15 - Root Vegetables-part 2
16. 16 - Root Vegetables-part 3
17. 17 - Vine Vegetables and Fruits-part 1
18. 18 - Vine Vegetables and Fruits-part 2
19. 19 - Greens and Salad Vegetables
20. 20 - Perennial Vegetables
21. 21 - Storing Vegetables in Winter
22. 22 - The Garden's Enemies
23. 23 - Fall Work in the Garden

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Summary

This book is a good reference on vegetable gardening. It covers the economic value of a vegetable garden, planning and locating the garden, maintaining soil fertility, hotbeds, garden tools, sowing seeds, transplanting seedlings, growing and storing vegetables, managing garden pests, and fall garden work.