The proper pairing of your plants
can have a major impact on your eventual harvest and the quality of your vegetables. This
book shows you everything you need to know to effectively pair your crops in a way that
ensures there are no incompatibilities and that you get the most out of every seed.
Handy Hints, Timely Tonics, and
Super Solutions to Turn Your Yard into a Green Garden Paradise! Gardeners can turn a bare
plot into a beautiful paradise with the 1,050 miracle-working solutions, tonics, and
tricks collected in this power-packed garden resource. Designed to increase flora growth
and reduce animal damage, this guide describes how to create more than 125 garden-fixing
elixirs using common household products and illustrates easy and inexpensive solutions to
even the most perplexing problems. Readers can discover how to stop moles with chewing
gum, revitalize roses with bananas, supercharge plants with chicken bones, and whip weeds
with vinegar without undue expense or effort.
Gardening on a Shoestring is for
anyone who has more energy than dollars and who wants to create a beautiful garden. Here
fixer-upper types, new gardeners, new homeowners, and renters alike will learn how to
become savvy shoppers, how to determine which size plant is the best deal, when the best
sales are, and much more.
Paperback: 744 pages ISBN: 0764525551
Publisher: For Dummies; 1st ed (February 28, 2003)
The Classic Book. A veritable
encyclopedia of gardening, this Gardening For Dummies is an indispensable resource for
novices and experienced gardeners alike. It brings together seven great books covering:
Gardening Basics, Garden Design, Roses, Perennials, Annuals, Bulbs, and Vegetables and
Paperback: 384 pages ISBN: 0922433763
Publisher: American Master Prod Reprint ed (Apr 2006)
Common household products and
down-home ingenuity are combined to combat frustrating garden problems in this
indispensable handbook for both green thumbs and novice gardeners. Organized by garden
area, 1,954 easy-to-use homemade remedy recipescontaining items such as beer, baby
shampoo, and ammoniainstruct gardeners how to turn puny plants, wretched roots, and
tired trees into gorgeous garden specimens without the use of store-bought chemical
alternatives. Quick fixes are offered for fighting fungus with pantyhose, defeating
botanical disease with peppermint, and bug-proofing vegetables with mustard and cloves;
and obstacles such as heavy rains, nutritional plant deficiencies, and gardening on sloped
areas are also discussed.
You say you have a yard that could
be improved by a liberal application of Agent Orange? You say you are mowing, trimming,
weeding, and pruning when youd rather be swimming, golfing, fishing, or eating?
Cheap and Easy Gardening is the answer for you. The authors have spent decades creating
gardens that require less and less work each year, not more and more. They will help you
plan a yard that suits your needs, looks good, and doesnt take a fortune or every
spare minute of your time to maintain.