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Niki Jabbour has a new book out, Groundbreaking Food Gardens (Storey Publishing, 2014), and the Toronto Star has a nice write-up on it:
Jabbour, who lives in Nova Scotia, spent two years “stalking” (her word) a who’s who of horticultural honchos across North America, asking them for suggestions. Almost every person she contacted was eager to co-operate and the results are rather mind-boggling. Her book contains no fewer than 73 detailed garden plans with specific “themes” — yes, 73 — and they’re all centred on things we can eat. [More]
The book sounds terrific and worth a read–if for no other reason than to check out the “hot dog garden” theme by Amanda Thomsen of the popular, divinely unconventional garden blog, Kiss My Aster.