Organic Growing and Gardening
Are You Tired of Eating Vegetables Covered in Nasty Chemicals? Do You Want to Grow Your Own Vegetables at Home? Are You Unsure of Where to Start? This book will teach you exactly how to create a flourishing garden!! Growing your own vegetables at home has countless benefits. Avoiding unwanted chemicals is just one of them. It can be a challenging process to start, but don't worry we have you covered. Everything from planning to building, germinating, planting, growing, and harvesting is included Start growing ORGANIC today with this Step-by-Step guide! Here are a few of the benefits a home garden can bring you: Absolutely NO harmful chemicalsHomegrown veggies are rich in nutrients and antioxidants Gardening is sustainable and helps the earthIt can provide lots of fun for the whole familyHome gardens turn empty lawns into pretty landscapesProvides easy physical activity Things You Will Learn From This Book Exactly How to Plan Your GardenEverything About Germinating, Planting, Growing, and HarvestingOrganic Growing The Best Ways to Control Pests and DiseaseHow to Maximize Small SpacesMuch, Much more! Don't wait, buy this book while it is still being offered at an introductory price and begin reaping the benefits of a happier and healthier lifestyle!
The Organic Kitchen Garden 2012 Wall Calendar is a perfect companion to every cook's kitchen. Featuring beautiful photographs of kitchen gardens and the lush produce they offer, this calendar pairs images with twelve months of recipes and tips inspired by the bounty of kitchen gardens and the local farmers market. Each month offers a simple, seasonal and healthful recipe along with tips on growing, harvesting, canning and cooking - all with an emphasis on the importance of an organic approach. Ann Lovejoy is the author of more than twenty gardening books and two cooking books, and is a regular cooking and gardening columnist for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. She is also the author of The Essential Rose and A Year of Healthy Living wall calendars. The interior pages of this calendar are printed on 100% recycled, 50% post-consumer paper, processed chlorine free and printed with soy based inks. In addition to printing our products on recycled paper, Amber Lotus Publishing continues to plant trees and offset our carbon footprint with NativeEnergy.