40 Rare Old Books About Growing Vegetables, Herbs, Flowers, in your own Garden On CD.
How do the professionals farmers do it? Well now you can find out how in this collection of books. Learn how to apply fertilizers like manure and so on, how much and when to apply it. Learn about insects and how they affect your crops so you can fight against those pests. Even learn how to grow inside a greenhouse!
You will be able to grow your own crops on a large farm or just in your own small back garden. And no you don't need a lot of soil to do it......................it's all covered here.
I remember growing up helping my Grandmother with her gardens and how delicious the vegetables were at the end of the growing season after we harvested them and cooked them HMMMMM. They were SO delicious. I used to love pulling the vegetables not knowing what surprise you would get when you pulled each stock out of the ground. Actually me and my cousins used to compete with each other to see who would get the most per stock (potatoes). Oh don't I miss doing those things with my dear grandmother ( I miss her so)!
Just see the titles of each book to find out what they are about as follows.
A history of gardening in England (1910) 516 pages
a practical treatise of how to grow flowers, fruits, vegetables, shrubbery, evergreens, shade tees, ornamental tees (1910) 180 pages
A year's gardening (1912) 362 pages
An illustrated encyclopaedia of gardening 1911 344 pages
Cottage gardening (1877) 143 pages
Crops 1867 406 pages
Farm Gardening, with hints on cheap manuring, quick cash crops and how to grow them (1898) 138 pages
Fruits and vegetables under glass; (1912) 266 pages
Garden guide, the amateur gardeners' handbook 1917 264 pages
Gardening for profit; (1891) 400 pages
Gardening for the South or, How to grow vegetables and fruits (1868) 464 pages
Gardening for the South; (1856) 420 pages
Gardening for the South; or, How to grow vegetables and fruits (1901) 700 pages
Gardening for young and old the cultivation of garden vegetables in the farm garden (1883) 206 pages
Gardening indoors and under glass (1912) 270 pages
Grow your own vegetables a practical handbook for allotment holders 1918 212 pages
Home gardening; vegetables and flowers (1917) 184 pages
How crops grow. A treatise of the chemical composition, structure, and life of the plant, for all students of agriculture .. (1868) 410 pages
How to Cook Vegetables (1896) 200 pages
How to grow vegetables and garden herbs; a practical handbook and planting table for the vegetable gardener (1911) 376 pages
Insects injurious to vegetables (1907) 300 pages
Market gardening (1915) 134 pages
Pamphlets on vegetable gardening (1867) 272 pages
Practical farming and gardening (1902) 514 pages
Pullman, Wash., and the famous Palouse county. The Palouse country where grains, fruits and vegetables grow .. (1900) 36 pages
Root crops for stock feeding, and how to grow them (1888) 100 pages
Save it for winter modern methods of canning, dehydrating, preserving and storing vegetables and fruit for winter use,and when and how to grow them (1918) 268 pages
Subtopics! vegetable-gardening (1916) 380 pages
The book of vegetables (1902) 130 pages
The forcing garden, or, How to grow early fruits, flowers and vegetables 1898 268 pages
The forcing garden; or, How to grow early fruits, flowers, and vegetables (1881) 295 pages
The plain path to good gardening; or, How to grow vegetables, fruits, & flowers successfully (1871) 342 pages
The principles of vegetable-gardening (1912) 488 pages
Vegeculture. How to grow vegetables, salads, and herbs in town and county (1917) 198 pages
Vegetable crops (1923) 500 pages
Vegetable gardening (1919) 140 pages
Vegetable gardening (1919) 398 pages
Vegetable gardening (1912)) 540 pages
Vegetables for the home garden (1915) 140 pages
Just about as much info as I could put on a CD ( 674 MB). All these pages on this CD!
Note; these Ebooks were scanned and digitized from old books from the late 1800's to early 1900's. So they may not be in perfect condition, a couple of books may be a little blurry and tipped slightly?
1 of the gallery pictures is a label added to the CD! CD can also be plain with no label if you prefer?
Try it risk free: get the CD delivered to you, give it a try, then if you are not completely satisfied your payment will be refunded in full( including the shipping cost). If the CD don't work for some reason or there are any problems let me know and I will send another asap!
Facts: (so no surprises)
- Books are burned or copied onto the CD on a special standalone CD copy machine, onto a standard regular CD as it was purchased with a label printed on it as you see above. This copy machine can only be and is only used for this purpose of burning CD's and cannot be and is not connected to the internet or a computer.
- CD will be mailed in a Bubble envelope.
- Each Book is in PDF format.
- You will need adobe reader to view the Books which is free to download online and is already on most all computers anyway.
Shipping for 1 CD to U.S destinations is $3.49, 2 CD's and up to any unlimited number is FREE shipping!
Shipping for 1 CD to Canada is $1.99, 2 CD's and up to any unlimited number is FREE shipping!
Shipping for 1 CD to International is $5.99, 2 CD's is $2.99 (for both), 3 CD's and up to any unlimited number is only $1.99 for shipping on your full order!
Note: If anyone would like to purchase multiply CD's at a discount price please contact me and I will work out a great deal with you !