Subtitle Learn to Grow Anything No Matter Where You Live
Samantha Johnson, Daniel Johnson
Description Description You can grow a thriving vegetable garden with confidence—just follow the easy and accessible instruction in Vegetable Gardening for Beginners.
The pride of biting into your first homegrown tomato of the season is unmatched, and even for experienced gardeners, the joy of eating and sharing something that you planted and nurtured never gets old. This abridged and affordable version of The Beginner’s Guide to Vegetable Gardening
gives you the confidence, knowledge, and skills to reap the rewards of gardening on whatever level you decide to invest in—from two containers on a porch to multiple raised beds. The instruction allows you to scale down or up
and is relevant to gardening wherever you are in the world
This beginner’s guide gives you all the information and tips you need to decide:
What kind of garden you want
What types of vegetables you want to plant
What varietals of vegetables are best for your situation
How to get the most out of your soil
How much to water
What to plant next to what
Put all this advice together to yield the healthiest and most delicious plants! With lots of troubleshooting tips
as well as ways to make your garden as productive as possible
, year in and year out, this book will make your gardening adventure a joy rather than a frustration.
Jump right in and learn quickly and easily how to become the gardener you want to be. Whether you are on a rooftop, a sidewalk, or in a backyard, you can successfully grow everything from asparagus to zucchini
as well as tomatoes, squash, basil, peppers, dill, and every other vegetable and fruit under the sun.