Subtitle Plant, grow, and harvest the best edibles for Arizona, Nevada & New Mexico gardens
Description Description In this updated 2nd edition of Southwest Fruit & Vegetable Gardening, you’ll find much-needed advice and practical tips on growing an edible garden, no matter which part of the southwestern US you call home.
Growing in the Southwest isn’t easy. It’s either too hot or too cold and often very dry. The region hosts a range of soils and climate conditions that can be difficult for a gardener to navigate. That’s why this region-specific garden guide
is a must-have for every Southwestern gardener
Botanist Jacqueline Soule simplifies the ins and outs of gardening in the Southwest
and serves as your guide to success. Regardless of whether you’re tending an in-ground plot, a small container garden, or a series of raised beds, Southwest Fruit & Vegetable Gardening
is an invaluable resource. You’ll find:
- Detailed profiles of over 60 edible plants that thrive in the region’s distinctive growing conditions, including favorites like tomatoes, sweet potatoes, summer squash, hot peppers, and pomegranates—plus popular herbs
- Information on soil preparation, starting seeds, fertilizer tips, and more
- Techniques for safely managing the Southwest’s most troublesome vegetable garden pests
- Helpful planting tips to keep you on track
- Garden maintenance advice to ensure a lush, productive, and high-yielding garden
Regardless of whether you’re a first-time grower or an experienced Master Gardener, the modern varieties
and well-researched gardening information
found here will have you going from seed to harvest with confidence and know-how.
Southwest Fruit & Vegetable Gardening
is part of the regional Fruit & Vegetable Gardening series
from Cool Springs Press. Other books in the series include California Fruit & Vegetable Gardening
, Mid-Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable Gardening
, Texas Fruit & Vegetable Gardening
, and many others.