Want to start a garden, but don't know how? Tried gardening in the past, but didn't get good results? Gardening Basics for Beginners gives you the information you need to successfully and confidently plant and grow a thriving garden. With this book, you'll receive expert advice on gardening basics, such as: - choosing your garden's location - prepping your garden site - picking the right tools and supplies - navigating a garden center to make the most of your shopping experience Of course, you'll want to choose the right kind of plants for your location and climate. But the wealth of information you'll find on various packets, labels, and zone maps can be confusing.
In Gardening Basics for Beginners, you'll learn how to seed packets, plant tags, hardiness zone maps and fertilizer labels. No matter your previous gardening experience, Gardening Basics for Beginners arms you with the knowledge to explore a variety of plant types, including annuals, perennials, bulbs, trees, shrubs, fruits and vegetables.
Starting a home garden can be daunting, but with this beginner's guide you'll have the basic information you need to plan your garden, correctly water your plants, and improve your garden's soil for years to come. Now you can begin to grow as a gardener, get dirty and have some fun!
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I couldn't finish this book. The first sign I was in to a bad listen was when the narrator actually read the table of contents page. I should have stopped there but some of the chapters sounded useful. I didn't get far after that. The narrator is overtly cheerful. The writer apparently feels the need to over simply some things, then use jargon without clearly explaining what the meaning is in the same chapter. I only hope this book just reads badly as a audio. Perhaps there are illustrations that include vocabulary or better explanations in the actual book. As an audio book, it is a waist of time and money and is grating to attempt to listen to.
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