Vegetables in the winter, yay!
Who said that it is not possible to grow vegetables in the winter without massive greenhouses? This book shows how people can use low-tech, cheap solutions to explore the best earth has to offer, while protecting the plants from the elements that can hurt them. While at times I found the book a bit boring, as it had a too detailed account of the author's journeys in France, it is a tremendously useful book. It even teaches how to sow without having too much trouble and work, which is great for lazy people like me.