I am often asked which guide is the best for teaching on planting vegetables to beginners. I do have to say that there are several on the market that certainly warrant attention for all budding gardeners. Recently a friend of mine showed me a copy of a new guide that had caught her attention on “How to Grow Vegetables” and only after reading a few pages I was hooked.
Vegetable Gardening 101 – Save money growing vegetables, is an amazing, precise, straight to the point read that tell you in terms that you can understand (not like the jargon some guides use). The writer begins by telling you about how she started off as a corporate working girl with a determination to find ways of saving money due to the recession. We are all in this recession and her words of encouragement and advice really do fit into your life with ease regardless of whether you have acres of garden space or a patio in which to create your vegetable garden design; anything is possible. Most people find that it is when they get to the actual planting they panic and find it hard to know just what vegetables are the right one for them to plant. Vegetable Gardening 101 teaches you whether you are a beginner or whether you’re more advanced just how to cultivate any size space into a wonderful, functioning home vegetable garden that will save you money on your grocery bills each month. Depending on the season you can plant just about anything regardless of the amount of space that you have.
Finding the right book to guide you can be hard to find, especially one that is so down to earth and after reading Vegetable Gardening 101 I can recommend that this guide is the right one for those of you that want to save money, help the environment, want tips and even advice on where to begin when it comes to creating the right vegetable garden design for you!!! Summer vegetable planting doesn’t have to be hard as some people make it out to be (you know who you are!!), so make your life easy and even if you are a beginner you can eat fresh delicious produce right from your own garden.
You can find this guide here.