If you’re looking for technical terms, compost recipes that require exact measurements; if you want to see scientific names of flowers and the science behind how it all works, and fancy equipment: this is NOT the book for you.
This book is for those who are interested in improving their gardening efforts—including those whose green thumb tends to be more on the brown side—easily, with no hassle and no complications. Gardeners and people with plants (non-gardeners) alike will appreciate the simplicity of 3 ½ Golden Rules of 3 1/2 Golden Rules of Year-Round Composting: Turning Kitchen Garbage into Garden Gold.
This super-simple process of starting and maintaining a healthy compost collection—in order to improve everything from windowsill herb gardens to flowerbeds of all shapes and sizes to gardens and greenscapes of all kinds—could not be easier.
3 1/2 Golden Rules of Year-Round Composting goes on a myth-busting mission to tame the typical fears of creating and keeping a compost pile, including:
Composting is smelly—it is not.
Composting is difficult—it is not.
Starting a compost pile takes too long—it does not.
I don’t have enough scraps—you’ll be surprised.
Having a compost pile will attract critters to my yard—not if you do it right.
None of these things are true—if you follow the 3 ½ easy to do, simple to remember Golden Rules of Year-Round Composing found in this book.
The best part is you don’t need to be a Master Gardener or be a gardener-with-a-capital “G” of any sort for that matter. You don’t have to possess a degree in science to pull it off—anyone who has plants growing in dirt can (and should) do this.
There’s no measuring, no pH testing, no expensive equipment or supplies to buy. You already have everything you need, right at your fingertips. All you need is to start—and this book will show you how. It does so in a straight forward, jargon-free, non-technical, unscientific, no BS conversational—albeit a one-sided—manner.
In no time (often within a month, certainly within the same growing season in which you start), you’ll have moist, nutrient-rich compost that you can “feed” your soil so it will nourish your plants better than ever.
Why wait? Get your copy and get started today!
Of course YOU can do this. Happy Collecting--