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Edible Cities : Urban Permaculture for Gardens, Balconies, Rooftops & Beyond

By (author) Judith Anger , By (author) Immo Fiebrig , By (author) Martin Schnyder , Preface by Sepp Holzer

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Want to grow food but have nothing larger than a balcony, windowsill or a piece of wall? No problem! This is a gardening book with a difference. It will help you to grow your own fruit, vegetables, herbs and even mushrooms in small spaces in the most ecological way possible. Edible Cities shows you why the urban landscape can be a great place for permaculture. You can discover inside principles of permaculture, ideas for flats and balconies, along with urban case studies from all over the world. Packed with inspiration and practical, fully-illustrated ideas, discover how people around the world are inventing new growing opportunities and making them a reality with few resources and a lot of creativity. You can find out how you too can plan and create your own urban growing paradise.

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  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 170 x 230 x 14mm | 439.99g
  • 15 Dec 2013
  • Permanent Publications
  • East Meon, Hampshire
  • English
  • Translation
  • full colour throughout, includes photographs, includes illustrations
  • 1856231372
  • 9781856231374
  • 230,035

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Judith Anger is a freelance events promoter in Vienna. In 2011, she started the PermaVitae organisation to develop permaculture training. Dr. Immo Fiebrig is a qualified pharmacologist and currently works for a Munich publishing company. Martin Schnyder is a trained landscape gardener and has been working as a self-employed gardener in central Switzerland since 1997.

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Edible Cities aims to inspire urban residents to incorporate nature, preferably the edible variety, into their lives. The authors, ardent permaculturists inspired by their study with Sepp Holzer (who also wrote the foreword to the book) believe that growing plants is possible for anyone with a balcony, rooftop, or even just a windowsill. To that end, they offer a broad overview of permaculture followed by numerous examples of how it is implemented in ways both beautiful and delicious. Joan Bailey, food and farm blogger in Japan

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