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Are You Tired of Eating Vegetables Covered in Nasty Chemicals Do You Want to Grow Your Own Vegetables at Home Are You Unsure of Where to Start This book will teach you exactly how to create a flourishing garden Growing your own vegetables at home has countless benefits Avoiding unwanted chemicals is just one of them It can be a challenging process to start, but don t worry we have you covered Everything from planning to building, germinating, planting, growing, and harvesting is includedStart growing ORGANIC today with this Step by Step guide Here are a few of the benefits a home garden can bring you Absolutely NO harmful chemicals Homegrown veggies are rich in nutrients and antioxidants Gardening is sustainable and helps the earth It can provide lots of fun for the whole family Home gardens turn empty lawns into pretty landscapes Provides easy physical activityThings You Will Learn From This BookExactly How to Plan Your GardenEverything About Germinating, Planting, Growing, and HarvestingOrganic GrowingThe Best Ways to Control Pests and DiseaseHow to Maximize Small SpacesMuch, Much Begin reaping the benefits of a happier and healthier lifestyle, scroll up and buy this book today...

Title : Green Thumb Gardening: Make Your Home Garden Thrive (Home Gardening, Organic Gardening, Botany)
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ISBN : B01H8FDYBG
Format Type : Printlength
Language : English
Publisher : Pinnacle Publishers, LLC June 17, 2016
Number of Pages : 59 pages
File Size : 3177 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Green Thumb Gardening: Make Your Home Garden Thrive (Home Gardening, Organic Gardening, Botany) Reviews

  • Amazonian
    2018-10-04 03:18

    A good book to have. From planning your grow, to building the boxes, buying the right soil, and even reading the PH level and knowing proper PH Level for the soil. Germinating process and even ways to compost in this book. You will also learn how to organically grow, which means not using any pesticides,herbicides, or fertilizer no chemicals may be used in this process, to ensure the naturality of what your growing. I can definitely recommend this book as a must have for those beginners wanting to learn more and the process and steps to take on achieving a very beautiful​ garden or just to start small.

  • Aivaras
    2018-10-08 01:31

    Very informative guide on gardening. This book covers a lot of things that you wouldn't even think of, like what plants can grow near each other and which ones will better be away or how to plan out everything etc. It goes much more into detail o how to build boxes, what soil you should choose, irrigation and much more. It would take ages to find all this information from google, this book has it all together. Well worth of investment.

  • Josey Jacques
    2018-10-13 22:15

    This book is pretty sparse on details. How exactly do you start seedlings? Care for them as they grow? What about the "hardening off" process? He talks about different crops needing different water needs, but doesn't mention specifically which need more water and which need less. No mention of lasagna beds in his discussion on raised beds, a very popular and inexpensive way to create soil in a raised bed that requires no tilling.

  • Ruth Williams
    2018-10-13 03:33

    I started gardening on my own at 17! You would think I've learned it all! Wrong! Teaches so much more than the ALL you thought you knew.

  • 1127USMC
    2018-10-13 21:38

    I love it. Easy read. Very informative

  • JZ
    2018-10-17 21:30

    Can you teach an old gardener new tricks? This author did! There are little jewels scattered through this book that really makes me look forward to starting another growing season. Read it to gain new insight and ideas.

  • Asha D
    2018-10-17 21:21

    Excellent tips👌

  • Amazon Customer
    2018-09-20 20:29

    I think it is a very good guide to begin planning your garden - good question for reader are asked which make you think really good about what you what in the garden and why.