Root vegetables are an important garden crop, not only because they are nutritious, but also because they can help maximize your growing area by giving you two crops for the space of one. Let’s take a look at the various benefits of root crops and which ones to grow based on your needs.
About the Author
- Amy Stross
Amy is the author of The Suburban Micro-Farm: Modern Solutions for Busy People. She is an avid permaculture gardener, writer, and educator. She has helped to manage an organic farm project and worked as a professional landscape gardener, in addition to transforming her suburban yard into an edible landscape. Her training in permaculture design led her to develop a community food forest at her local university. Amy has reached hundreds of thousands of people with her expertise and adventures in permaculture gardening at TenthAcreFarm.com.
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