Free Kitchen Gardening
Download any of six
free books that are packed with good advice and helpful hints on
vegetable, herb and small fruit gardening.
The Kitchen Garden Guide How good
is your vegetable garden? Can you depend on it to keep your table
supplied year-round? If you lived a hundred years ago, you'd have a
good kitchen garden or you'd go without. Now, you can plan a new
garden or improve an old one and enjoy a bountiful, dependable,
healthful home-grown harvest while preparing for even better results
next year. This free downloadable book, filled with techniques and
advice from yesterday's best gardeners, will show you how.
Home Vegetable Garden Guide This
free, fifty page, downloadable how-to book from the University of
Kentucky leads you from the earliest garden preparations, to storing
your vegetables and everything in between. The section on extending
your garden's growing season from Spring through Fall is valuable
reading that can help you double your harvest.
Yesterday's Home Vegetable Gardening
This 136 page book, by F.F. Rockwell is as valuable today as it was
when it was written in 1911. Rockwell called it "A complete and
practical guide to the planting and care of all vegetables, fruits
and berries worth growing for home use." You're sure to enjoy
learning something new ( or old ) about taking care of your garden.
Vegetable Gardening 101 If you are
fed up with the ever rising cost of food and the constant worry
about the economy and job security, it is time that you do something
about it. Instead of worrying, take action and declare victory
against the recession with your own victory garden. Just like your
grandparents or great grandparents did during WWII, you can
supplement your food budget by growing your own vegetables at home
and save at least $100 a month off of your food bill.
Home Vegetable Gardening Download
this twenty-four page booklet from North Carolina State University.
Learn how to select your garden site, plan and prepare your plot,
plant and sow your vegetables and control weeds and pests.
Five Steps to Food Safe Gardening
Follow the five simple steps listed in this booklet from the
University of Rhode Island and improve the safety of all the produce
from your home garden.