Author(s): GREGSON, SALLY
"Ornamental Vegetable Gardening" demystifies growing vegetables and explains how a vegetable garden can be as beautiful to look at as it is productive, healthy and economic to use. In her clear, attractive text Sally Gregson explains how the principles of good design and the use of colour, form and texture can be used to transform a garden of vegetables, flowers and herbs.
Features and reviews in The Country Gardener, Kitchen Garden, Grow Your Own and Growing Vegetables is Fun magazines. Reviews in Garden News, Amateur Gardening and BBC Gardeners World magazines.
Sally Gregson trained in nursery practice at Hadlow College, Kent, and then worked as a propagator before setting up her own nursery in Somerset, Mill Cottage Plants, which specializes in rare hydrangeas. She writes regularly for The Country Gardener magazine and lectures widely, as well as maintaining her own two-acre garden. Sally has also written Practical Propagation for The Crowood Press . Resident - Somerset