There is a revival of interest in growing food, but as gardens become smaller many people find it difficult to find the space or vote for flowers over food, fearing that vegetables and fruits won't be quite as attractive. "The All-in-one Garden" proves that this isn't the case. Whether you've got acres, a yard or even a window-box, Graham Rice shows that you can integrate food plants into your garden in an attractive way. Some food plants are inherently ornamental, with eye-catching flowers, foliage or fruits. Others have been developed to be ornamental, providing the perfect combination of form and flavour. The true way of having your cake and eating it in garden terms, this is a new way of enjoying your garden to the full.
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