You Bet Your Tomatoes!

You Bet Your Tomatoes!

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From backyards to terraces, You Bet Your Tomatoes is a guide to growing heirloom tomatoes. From a radio host and master gardener, this deliciously funny little book is also a serious guide on how to start and nurture an heirloom tomato patch.

Tomatoes are the most popular home garden vegetable crop. Based on McGrath's personal adventures in tomato-growing, You Bet Your Tomatoes guides would-be gardeners through choosing, planting, growing, and harvesting homegrown tomatoes of many varieties. Along the way, he weaves in fascinating tomato lore and tips. McGrath also explains why readers should grow their own tomatoes in the first place: You just can't beat the taste.

About the Author:

Host of the weekly nationally syndicated radio show You Bet Your Garden and widely published columnist Mike McGrath has a base of fans who appreciate both his humor and knowledge. Previously editor of Organic Gardening magazine, he has also been a gardening commentator on the The Today Show.

From backyards to terraces, You Bet Your Tomatoes is a guide to growing heirloom tomatoes. From a radio host and master gardener, this deliciously funny little book is also a serious guide on how to start and nurture an heirloom tomato patch.

Tomatoes are the most popular home garden vegetable crop. Based on McGrath's personal adventures in tomato-growing, You Bet Your Tomatoes guides would-be gardeners through choosing, planting, growing, and harvesting homegrown . . . Show More >

From backyards to terraces, You Bet Your Tomatoes is a guide to growing heirloom tomatoes. From a radio host and master gardener, this deliciously funny little book is also a serious guide on how to start and nurture an heirloom tomato patch.

Tomatoes are the most popular home garden vegetable crop. Based on McGrath's personal adventures in tomato-growing, You Bet Your Tomatoes guides would-be gardeners through choosing, planting, growing, and harvesting homegrown tomatoes of many varieties. Along the way, he weaves in fascinating tomato lore and tips. McGrath also explains why readers should grow their own tomatoes in the first place: You just can't beat the taste.

About the Author:

Host of the weekly nationally syndicated radio show You Bet Your Garden and widely published columnist Mike McGrath has a base of fans who appreciate both his humor and knowledge. Previously editor of Organic Gardening magazine, he has also been a gardening commentator on the The Today Show.

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