Small Garden Ideas ***NOW NO 1 BEST SELLER! ***

The ability to grow vegetables in small spaces is something that has enabled just about everyone to live a healthier lifestyle – and save money – by creating micro-gardens for vegetables even if they stay in an apartment block!
In this book you will find an introduction to 4 of the most popular techniques in use at the moment, that has enabled this ‘gardening revolution’ to really get a hold and take back some control from the superstores.

Here you will find explained..
Raised Bed Gardening: One of the most popular techniques today that offers tremendous crops with the minimum of effort. One of the great no-dig options available to the gardening enthusiast.

Square Foot Gardening: This technique is particularly aimed at growing a great crop of mixed vegetables in limited space, throughout the growing season. A concept first coined by Mel Bartholomew back in the 80’s, this intensive vegetable gardening idea is a real winner.

Container Gardening: Perhaps you have no space for either Raised Bed or Square Foot gardens? No worries – Container gardening means that you can grow your own veggies even if you only have a sunny window area or patio!

Straw Bale Gardening: This fantastic concept differs from the rest in that you have virtually no soil or compost to buy. Once your straw bales are set up and primed, they are ‘ready to rock’ and the results can be pretty spectacular! Definitely a Top Contender for the best of the ‘Small Space Gardening idea’ awards!

More FREE information on small gardening ideas can be found on – planterspost.com/small-space-gardening

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