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Cheryl Anderson Wright- Author/Garderner- IN THE GARDEN

IN THE GARDEN

Master Gardener Cheryl Anderson Wright shares a wealth of knowledge about gardening in difficult climates in her series of High Country gardening books. After nearly twenty-five years in northern Wyoming she has experience freezing tempertures in every month of the year and still manages to produce ripe tomatoes by the 4th of July!

HIGH COUNTRY HERBS: HIGH ALTITUDE GROWING, GIFTING & COOKING WITH HERBS

360 pgs ISBN: 0-9714725-8-0 $22.95 Trade Paper

Chery offers gardeners everywhere encouragement and instructions for success in HIGH COUNTRY HERBS where you’ll learn the history and secrets of cultivation and preservation of 24 culinary herbs suited to high altitude gardens and enjoy a collection of simple and practical recipes for all types of foods and for seasoning mixes to use with your own cooking or to give as gifts- a book destined to become a treasure reference for anyone interested in gardening and cooking, no matter what part of the country they call home.

HIGH COUNTRY VEGGIES: HIGH ALTITUDE GROWING AND COOKING WITH FRESH VEGETABLES AND COOKING WITH FRESH VEGETABLES

352 pgs ISBN: 1-932636-15-3 $22.95. Trade Paper

Cherl does the same with vegetales, guiding readers from seed to table and once again including a number of delicious recipes.

HIGH COUNTRY TOMATO HANDBOOK INCLUDING HOW TO GROW RIPE TOMATOES BY THE FOURTH OF JULY!

Cheryl’s not about to keep the secrets of Tomatoes to hrself! Everybody loves them! And everybody bemoans the fact that most of what you find in the grocery store has no resemblance whatsoever to those sacred memories of how tomatoes used to taste. Here she tells you how to recapture that memory by growing your own! And even those with difficult gardening situations will find the secrets here for having your own ripe homegrown tomatoes by the the Fourth of Joly alone with a collection of delicious tomato recipes to help you enjoy the fruits of you labor.

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