Explore the field of garden history with Early Canadian Gardening, an indispensable guide to horticulture and gardening practices in Upper Canada in the early nineteenth century. The book provides detailed descriptions of plants and seeds available at the time (many of which have evolved dramatically over the last 150 years) and examines not only which plants were grown at the time but also their value to pioneer gardeners and early settlers.For most families in Upper Canada in the early nineteenth century the principal source of vegetables was the home garden. The kitchen garden, in a small enclosed area, contained vegetables grown from seed each year and a few perennialanbsp;...
|Title||:||Early Canadian Gardening|
|Publisher||:||McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 1998-08-31|