Saving Vegetable Seeds, by Fern Marshall Bradley #8159 -- SOLD OUT
When gardeners begin growing their own vegetables from seeds, they often want to learn how to complete the cycle and save their own seed for planting the next season. This lets them choose the individual plants and produce they like the best and preserve those genetics within the saved seed. They may also get plants especially adapted to their own garden. Helpful illustrations and tips teach seed saving for 20 of the most common garden vegetables -- tomatoes, peppers, beans, and carrots, to name a few. 96 pages.