In this unique book, TV botanist and bestselling author James Wong reveals his best tried-and-tested methods for growing your own fruit and veg - specifically for great flavour.
James Wong (Author) James Wong is a Kew-trained botanist, writer and broadcaster based in London, England. Graduating with a master of science degree in Ethnobotany in 2006, he has pursued his key research interests of under-utilised crop species & traditional food systems through field work in rural Ecuador, Java & Southern China. He is the author of the best-selling books Grow Your Own Drugs and Homegrown Revolution, as well as a presenter of programmes including BBC2's award-winning Grow Your Own Drugs and Countryfile and Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time.Becoming an RHS ambassador in 2014, James is passionate about communicating plant science to new audiences in relevant and accessible ways. With his obsession for food nearly eclipsing his love of plants, James's small London garden serves as a testing station for all manner of crops and horticultural ideas from around the world.The Royal Horticultural Society (Author) The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is the UK's largest gardening charity, dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening. Its charitable work includes providing expert advice and information, training the next generation of gardeners and promoting the ecological, aesthetic and psychological benefits of gardening in an urban environment.
A kitchen garden packed full of James Wong's recommendations would make a refreshing change ... full of encouragement to take a new look at not just the contents of our vegetable plot but at our gardens as a whole. - Gardens IllustratedThis year's most original gardening book - Daily Mail WeekendAnyone who's ever winced their way through a mouthful of their own home-grown produce can learn how to supercharge their flavours thanks to James Wong's new RHS book....This book is packed with stats and science cleverly packaged to make it engaging and accessible. - The English Garden