Grow Tons of Organic Vegetables in Tiny Spaces and Containers
by Karen Newcomb
Spring is around the corner and garden plans are being made. Seed catalogs are being mailed and stores are digging out all their gardening supplies. Every year I say this year will be the year I turn our unused green space into pretty gardens. I love veggies and eat tomatoes like most people eat apples. Last year we did a local CSA and it was great and all but at $35 a week it added up fast. Just think if I took a months worth of CSA money and spent it on making a big vegetable garden!
Each chapter explains so much and you learn so much. I really think while this book is probably made for the beginning gardener an experienced gardener would enjoy reading it also. Karen Newcomb even includes chapters on plants that get along and pest control. Thanks to her chapter on how to compost I plan on starting our composting in the spring. I’m a little nervous but she really explained all the do’s, dont’s, gave great tips and even a quick guide method.
She spends a lot of time explaining all the different types of vegetables and herbs that you can plant. Everything type listed included the everything you ever wanted or needed to know about each. You can’t go wrong and mess things up. The Postage Stamp Vegetable Garden will make a green thumb out any reader and make you a proud veggie garden owner!