Author : McLaughlin Chris
Title : Vertical vegetable gardening A living free guide Discover the many benefits of growing your vegetables and fruit up instead of out
Year : 2012
Link download : McLaughlin_Chris_-_Vertical_vegetable_gardening.zip
Introduction. I've always gardened in places where there were more people than cows or tractors. Garden beds in these places were never as big as I’d planned and were soon devoured by just a few plants. So they filled themselves up and I tried to do things differently. I wish I could say that I had a stroke of genius or like some crazed, brilliant, horticultural Einstein I began sketching structural masterpieces on the back of napkins. No, the truth is that I’m extremely average. I learned about plants, soil, and microclimates by trying, failing, and finally succeeding. I still fail, and I still succeed-gardening is cool like that. I gleaned the lion’s share of any information I have from the generous gardeners I’ve met along the way. The clever ideas in this book are no exception. We gardeners are zealous in our efforts to share seeds, cuttings, stories, recipes, and advice. After all, the whole point of gardening is to grow things, and a gardener’s personal growth is perhaps the most important. The only way I know for that to happen is to question, attempt, discover, and share. Gardeners are excellent at these things. So come on in and see what the creative gardening folk all over this country have come up with so that everyone can plant, grow, and harvest crops in their own backyard no matter where they reside. ...
McLaughlin Chris - Vertical vegetable gardening
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