The perfect accompanying guide for anyone starting their own garden --Country Smallholding Magazine, September 2010
"With collected wisdom from seasoned plot
holders, the book is a useful resource for Londoners
who are either starting an allotment or a veg plot in
their own garden" -- Evening Standard, November 2010
"..this really is a practical book, and if you don't already manage a plot, the beautiful photographs will inspire and will make you wish you had one". -- Country Gardener magazine, November 2010
"A complete reference source for techniques, fruit and vegetable varieties".
-- Country Kitchen magazine, November 2010
"..Plenty of advice here on setting up and maintaining any grow your own plot" --English Garden, February 2011
"...with a strong aesthetic sensibility, it will be well received by new allotment holders seeking information relevent to their needs" --The Garden, February 2011
"packed with useful allotment advice"
--Grow Your Own, February 2011
"...The perfect accompanying guide for anyone starting out" --Kitchen Garden, February 2011
"A complete reference for everything to do with managing an allotment, from soil and plant organisation to propagation and pruning. The definitive guide to a successful and productive allotment"
--Living North, April 2011
Setting up and maintaining a plot can soon be daunting, but help is at hand with the Allotment Source Book...This book takes an organic approach and is perfect for any plotholder. --Grow It!, April 2011
Caroline Foley is an established garden writer. She edits Topiarius, the journal of the European Boxwood and Topiary Society, and is a regular columnist for The Observer blog. She is also author of Practical Allotment Gardening, The Allotment Handbook, The A-Z of Allotment Vegetables and How to Plant Your Allotment also published by New Holland.