Get Two of the Top Gardening Books for One Low Price.We've combined two books that are favorites amongst organic gardeners into one discount package.
The first book in the package is Organic Gardening: Your Guide to Growing Healthy Organic Produce
by Michelle Anderson.
This handy guide provides you with all of the information you need to get your organic garden started. You can plant and grow your own organic produce and become less reliant on the chemical-laden produce sold at your local grocery store. The only way to tell for sure what's been sprayed on or added to your food is to grow it yourself. Buy this book package now and learn just how easy it is to grow your own organic produce from seeds you've saved yourself.
The topics covered in Organic Gardening: Your Guide to Growing Healthy Organic Produce include:
- Why growing organic foods is better than buying them.
- How to create living soil that's perfect for growing produce.
- Soil tests that are critical to the health and safety of you and your garden.
- Acidic vs. alkaline soil.
- How to save tons of time by using mulch.
- The difference between organic and inorganic mulch and why you should use both.
- 11 types of mulch you can use in your organic garden.
- How to make organic compost and apply it to your garden.
- How to make your own compost tumbling bin the cheap and easy way.
- The best (and worst) organic materials to add to your compost bin.
- Whether or not organic seeds are worth the additional cost.
- USDA hardiness zones and what they mean to you.
- How to decide when to plant your seeds for best results.
- How to start your own seeds and grow them into seedlings.
- What companion planting is and how it benefits your garden.
- What to do when weeds go wild.
- The best type of irrigation for an organic garden.
- Common diseases and plant illnesses and how to handle them.
- What to do when animals attack.
- Harvesting your crop.
The second book in the package is The Vegetable Container Gardening Guide: How to Grow Food in a Container Garden by Martin Anderson.
As long as you have room for a container or two (or twenty), you can grow vegetables pretty much anywhere you want. They can be grown on your porch, your balcony or even on a fire escape. Container gardening allows you to quickly and easily set up a small garden that will provide you with vegetables for years to come.
This book is perfect for those new to the world of vegetable container gardening. It has all the information you'll need to start your own vegetable garden at home using containers of your choice. In addition to general information and helpful container gardening tips and techniques , the author discusses 16 common vegetables and gives you the information you need to successfully grow them in containers.