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I would recommend this book to anyone who is tempted to take on an allotment, whether they are short of time to spend on it or not. . . good value for money and will be referred to again and again.(Gardens Illustrated)
Full of ideas for how to cut down the time you need to spend on your plot while still aiming for top-class results.(Pippa Greenwood Daily Mirror)
Easy to follow and eminently practical.(BBC Countryfile)
LIA LEENDERTZ is a freelance garden writer who shares an allotment with several friends near her home in Bristol. A regular contributor to The Guardian and The Telegraph, she is a long-time advocate of organic and community growing, and has written many books on the subject. She has an award-winning blog, Midnight Brambling.
Only got it yesterday so haven't had a chance to read but hoping its full of neat tricks as to how to manage my little allotment in half an hour a day ;))Published 8 months ago by Mrs JT
Excellent book. I shall take the tips for next year on my allotment.Published 9 months ago by Atharva
OK....Nothing great or revolutionary here that the average busy person would not know already. I found the references to older more experienced gardeners somewhat irritating and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Christina Brangwyn
Of course it's probably a little unrealistic to think you can manage a full size allotment on half an hour a day, and realistically most people would put in a few hours once they'd... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mrs. C. E. Roberts
Wonderful book for both the arm chair allotmenterer & the practical one - I am short of time but love my allotment & thought that I would have to give up until I discovered this... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mrs Clare F Adams
Read a few sections in our great little local library and found I had been doing things right (i.e. RHS style) in my recently acquired quarter plot so I bought this partly as a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. Granter
Its okay, but I cannot keep an allotment going on half an hour - at the very least an hour and rarely that!Published 15 months ago by Coconut