Are you a bookworm at heart or do you need some added knowledge for your garden? Books are the great avenue where you can learn the what, how to and tips to grow plants in your garden. So, why don’t you add these three books listed by Kathy Van Mulleko of Newport News Daily Press posted at Post-Gazette.com.
First on the list is Chris McLaughlin, “Vertical Vegetable Gardening”. This features 30 vegetables, fruits, and herbs that you can grow for vertical garden. This also includes some ideas for vertical gardening as well as usage of recycled materials for vertical gardening. Are you curious now? Well there’s more.
Next on the list is Mel Bartholomew, “Square Foot Gardening Answer Book” and the “All New Square Foot Gardening, Second Edition”. The author gathers hundreds of question often asked to him over the years and answer them on his book. This book contains the answers to your how to and common problems.
Lastly, Kay Maguire, “Grow Your Own in Pots” that features 30- step project using veggies, fruits and herbs. She even has Garden Soil 101 which is very helpful for you as a gardener.
Indeed, these books will help you on your garden. These are very good addition to your readings as well as your brain. What do you think? Click the link to learn more about these books.