grocery store for produce. I realize that I have a long way to go however.
planning to compost, companion gardening, and plant specific details there is a
lot there for the beginning gardener to learn from. For me I felt like a lot of
the material was a bit too beginner. While the book will make a good reference
for companion planting, and garden design, there wasn’t a lot of abundantly new
information for me. For someone who likes gardening it made a lovely weekend
can see below. It’s actually more like the sixth or seventh sketch, but this one will be the last one I hope.
We are starting out by keeping many of the cold weather crops in the same section so that come fall I can cover them easily if it frosts and maybe get a few more weeks of growing time. Last year half of our cabbage was slow growing and therefore lost by the frost.
Now tell me do you guys like to garden? Do you have any plans for the season yet?Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for this review through the Blogging for Books Program.