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Lasagna Gardening for Small Spaces: A Layering System for Big Results in Small Gardens and Containers (Rodale Organic Gardening Books) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Patricia Lanza

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Januar 2002 Rodale Organic Gardening Books
Now you can create the garden of your dreams, no matter how limited your growing space is. Pat Lanza's proven lasagna gardening method produces amazing results in pots and small plots. Even in beds just 4 inches wide, you can grow bountiful, beautiful gardens with no digging, no weeding-- no kidding!

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"...a timesaving approach to gardening that will come as welcome news to the overworked and the horticulturally challenged."--Publisher's Weekly

"How-to for gardeners who love to grow but would rather avoid a lot of digging, tilling, or weeding."--The Los Angeles Times

"If you are a busy person with no extra time to give to the garden, you will greatly enjoy Patricia Lanza's practical way of doing things in the garden."--Richmond Times-Dispatch

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Lasagna Gardening for Small Spaces

Now you can create the garden of your dreams, no matter how limited your growing space is. Pat Lanza's proven lasagna gardening method produces amazing results in pots and small plots. Even in beds just 4 inches wide, you can grow bountiful, beautiful gardens with no digging, no weeding-- no kidding!

Praise for Lasagna Gardening

"...a timesaving approach to gardening that will come as welcome news to the overworked and the horticulturally challenged."--Publisher's Weekly

"How-to for gardeners who love to grow but would rather avoid a lot of digging, tilling, or weeding."--The Los Angeles Times

"If you are a busy person with no extra time to give to the garden, you will greatly enjoy Patricia Lanza's practical way of doing things in the garden."--Richmond Times-Dispatch

About the Author

Patricia Lanza was born in Crossville, Tennessee, where she learned lessons about gardening and life from her hardworking grandmother.

Later, with seven children and a career Navy husband to care for, Pat found refuge in gardening. Bountiful harvests fed her family and nourished her soul. After her husband's retirement, a country inn kept Pat busy for another 14 years. During that time, she discovered lasagna gardening, her secret to doing and having it all.

Today, Pat continues to reinvent herself. Lasagna Gardening for Small Spaces reflects Pat's life after the inn and in compact living and gardening spaces. Her latest adventure includes The Potager, a gift shop, cafe, and garden center, in Wurtsboro, New York.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen The book I've been searching for . . . 29. Juni 2003
Von Erin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Finally, a gardening book that doesn't assume you have acres of land and a barn full of expensive equipment--or that you have the money to go out and buy them.
For three years I've been limited to a small balcony, after having lived my life with a large garden. Instead of going through gardening withdrawals, I decided to fill some containers with soil and see what I could grow. I've learned a lot through trial and error, but I've also been on the lookout for a good gardening book that could give me some encouragement and some fresh ideas. "Lasagna Gardening for Small Spaces" is that book.
I found Patricia Lanza's book to be extremely practical and down-to-earth. Even if you don't use her "lasagna" method to create your garden, you can still benefit from her advice about maximizing any small space you have to work with. The basic idea is if you don't have room to grow out, then grow up! And she's not just talking about flowers. She shows how easy it is to grow satisfying crops of just about any vegetable or fruit in tiny plots of land and containers. And she shows how to do it without spending any money. This book is peppered with ideas about how to use things we might consider to be trash as decorative containers, plant supports, and garden tools.
I was especially impressed with the section on pests and disease. Not only does she explain organic remedies for pest and disease problems, she spends time describing simple, natural ways to prevent pests and diseases from even becoming a problem, including a list of plants that attract beneficial insects (so you don't have to spend money to buy eggs or larvae from a catalog).
Perhaps what I am most grateful for in this book is its fearlessness. If the only space you have is a few containers on a balcony, Patricia Lanza doesn't tell you to buy some nice impatiens from the nursery--she tells you to grow an apple tree! If you've been discouraged by the typical container gardening book--you know, the kind that tells you to go out and buy a ridiculously expensive decorative pot and fill it with flashy annuals from the nursery--then give this book a try. Hopefully it will give you the courage to grow a satisfying garden--flowers, vegetables, and even fruits--with whatever space you have to work with, even just a few pots on a balcony, like I have.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen ... 2. Februar 2004
Von sasha_ - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book has received a lot of mixed reviews, so I just wanted to say: I liked it.
It's true that it's not perfect. I find that few gardening books are universally ideal. This one is oriented towards sunny locations, and it has the flaw that many small-space gardening books have--the small-space seems to get bigger and bigger until it seems like we're talking about a fair-sized garden. Also, there are tons of personal details, really to excess. And one hears a great deal about the writer's current garden/shop/restaurant, much more than is interesting. Another reviewer suggested that perhaps it'd be more interesting if there were pictures of this place, and I agree, that might be a good idea.
Nevertheless, there were some great tips in here. Lanza takes the approach that you can be very ambitious even if you have a small garden, and that suits me very well. So she points out, for example, that climbing plants and vines are a great way to use every bit of space for spectacular effect. She also has lots of little suggestions; I found especially useful the idea of storing tools etc in tupperware/sweater boxes, tucked away. Also, her description of layering compost etc in the containers was useful to me.
It's true that little in this book is original, but then, originality is not usually the strength of gardening books. Somebody somewhere almost always knows the same techniques. It's a matter of presenting things in such a way that they are helpful to the reader.
I guess I would recommend trying to get this book from the library first--as I would with most gardening books. It has some great qualities, but it's not perfect, and it's worth making sure that it's useful to you personally before buying it.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen vague and climate-specific 24. Juni 2003
Von Kimberly Smith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Allow me to be blunt. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone.
Pat Lanza gardens in upstate New York. If you don't live in a similar climate, half the book (plant recommendations) isn't going to apply to you. If you want info on in situ composting (which is what she does-- it's not her own original idea, and it's not her grandmother's either), look for books by Ruth Stout (whose books on this topic have been in print since the 1950s) or pursue info on the InterBay Mulch method from Seattle.
There are no pictures of her garden in this book, despite the fact that she spends tons of time describing what her gardens are like and how she created them. I can't remember gaining any really helpful info on pests, composting decomposition, small garden planning, or landscaping techniques, either.
Doesn't sound very helpful, does it?
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4.0 von 5 Sternen somewhat misleading 22. Januar 2003
Von "annachan" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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while I find this book useful it really is more about small gardens and not so great if you are mainly interested in container gardening.Still searching for that ultimate indoor outdoor potted garden book..........
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Patricia Lanza is a Garden Goddess 9. Juni 2002
Von Bonnie Burton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am forever grateful to Patricia Lanza for cutting my gardening time in half. By using her layering technique for all my container
veggies, flowers, fruits and herbs... I spend less time worrying about my plants and more time enjoying them. Her method is
simple to apply to not only veggies and flowers, but also to houseplants. This book includes handy lists of easy-to-grow plants to grow in containers as well as endless amount of pointers. Be sure to check out her first book, Lasagna Gardening : A New Layering System for Bountiful Gardens if you'd like to grow a larger, more traditional garden.
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