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This post is amazing. I think I’m going to buy the book mentioned here. Lots of reality inspiration for growing more food without leaving home!
The lesson I have thoroughly learnt, and wish to pass on to others, is to know the enduring happiness that the love of a garden gives. – Gertrude Jekyll
About four years ago I came across a book in the library called “21st-Centenary Smallholder: From Window Boxes to Allotments: How To Go Back To The Land Without Leaving Home”. It was written by Paul Waddington.
The title alone had my interest piqued so I checked the book out and took a gander at it.
It didn’t take me long to realise this book was rather inspirational. For years I’d believed the only way I’d be able to become more self-sufficient and grow my own fruit and veg was by moving to the country and buying a place with loads of land, something that in all honesty I couldn’t ever afford. I’d felt disheartened that I wouldn’t get the lifestyle I so…
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