Want to grow your own food, but think you don’t have enough time, energy or space? How To Grow Vegetables Without Losing Your Mind (Formerly titled Weird Gardening): will bust the myths that vegetable gardening requires tons of space, time and labor. This book, written by an experienced urban gardener, shows you step by step how to start a vegetable garden, from building rich beds to preserving your harvest. In it, you will learn: how to build a new, nutrient-rich bed from scratch at zero cost; the most effective non-chemical methods for dealing with pests; the best way to start your plants from seed; and how to use every square foot of your yard or patio to its full advantage. There is even a chapter on container gardening for readers who do not have a yard. How would you like a garden that requires little weeding, little watering, and little to no commercial fertilizer? How To Grow Vegetables Without Losing Your Mind shows you how to do all that, and much more. If you are ready to save money on groceries, get more nutrients into your diet, or simply learn to be more self-sufficient – without spending all of your precious free time on a frustrating, high-maintenance hobby – you don’t want to miss what this book has for you!
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Published June 1, 2011
by JEB Publications.
Crafts, Hobbies & Home.