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Newspaper, Pennies, Cardboard & Eggs—For Growing a Better Garden

More than 400 New, Fun, and Ingenious Ideas to Keep Your Garden Growing Great All Season Long

by Roger Yepsen
The Editors of Organic Gardening

eBook

0 of 4 copies available

Transform a Good Garden into a Great Garden in One Season

What's the secret? It's a mix of ingenuity and efficiency, accented with fun! Newspaper, Pennies, Cardboard, and Eggs—For Growing a Better Garden contains more than 400 clever solutions for easing garden troubles, new techniques for turning around an underperforming garden, and innovative ideas that will amaze even long-time gardeners.

If you're looking to add more nutrients to garden soil, whip up a kitchen scrap smoothie and pour the juiced-up liquid right in the planting hole. If you need to chase away bulb-hungry voles, a little sharp-edged driveway gravel around the bulb will do the trick. And if digging potatoes is too tiresome, discover the no-dig, no-shovel method that lets you grow potatoes in a heap of straw mulch.

You'll also discover:

  • Intriguing and new plant varieties for sweeter corn, delicate salad greens, and handsome winter squash
  • How to fill a shady spot with color, find affordable bulbs, rejuvenate peonies and perennials, and enjoy blossoms even when there's snow
  • A creative arsenal for dealing with backyard weeds, including vinegar, hot water, plastic, and flames
  • Ways to turn inexpensive items from the garden, closet, and pantry into indispensable yard and garden helpers

    Filled with usable, earth-conscious, and creative ideas and tips, this lively book will help you discover how to work smarter—not harder—to cultivate a better garden, year after year. Let a few of these suggestions and projects take root, and you'll have the better-looking, more productive, and more rewarding garden in just one year.


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    Publisher: Rodale

    OverDrive Read

    • ISBN: 9781605299709
    • Release date: December 22, 2014

    EPUB eBook

    • ISBN: 9781605299709
    • File size: 8961 KB
    • Release date: December 22, 2014

    0 of 4 copies available

    Formats

    OverDrive Read
    EPUB eBook

    Languages

    English

    Transform a Good Garden into a Great Garden in One Season

    What's the secret? It's a mix of ingenuity and efficiency, accented with fun! Newspaper, Pennies, Cardboard, and Eggs—For Growing a Better Garden contains more than 400 clever solutions for easing garden troubles, new techniques for turning around an underperforming garden, and innovative ideas that will amaze even long-time gardeners.

    If you're looking to add more nutrients to garden soil, whip up a kitchen scrap smoothie and pour the juiced-up liquid right in the planting hole. If you need to chase away bulb-hungry voles, a little sharp-edged driveway gravel around the bulb will do the trick. And if digging potatoes is too tiresome, discover the no-dig, no-shovel method that lets you grow potatoes in a heap of straw mulch.

    You'll also discover:

  • Intriguing and new plant varieties for sweeter corn, delicate salad greens, and handsome winter squash
  • How to fill a shady spot with color, find affordable bulbs, rejuvenate peonies and perennials, and enjoy blossoms even when there's snow
  • A creative arsenal for dealing with backyard weeds, including vinegar, hot water, plastic, and flames
  • Ways to turn inexpensive items from the garden, closet, and pantry into indispensable yard and garden helpers

    Filled with usable, earth-conscious, and creative ideas and tips, this lively book will help you discover how to work smarter—not harder—to cultivate a better garden, year after year. Let a few of these suggestions and projects take root, and you'll have the better-looking, more productive, and more rewarding garden in just one year.


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