Spring! And some gardening books...

by: Heather on 03/11/2008
Posted in: Gardening

The temperature is climbing, the birds are singing, the clocks have sprung forward, and it's finally time to start thinking about coming out of hibernation. (Unless of course you're reading this in Eastern Canada or the Northeastern US, in which case you might still have a few weeks to go.)

If you're starting to experience spring fever, we have some great gardening books to get you in the mood.

In Gardening When It Counts Steve Solomon introduces readers to traditional low-input gardening methods which can be used to establish a highly productive, drought-resistant food garden which requires minimal cash outlay.

Check out Carolyn Herriot's A Year On The Garden Path for a 52-week organic gardening guide which covers covers everything from soil building to pruning to four-season food growing and seed saving.

David Tracey's Guerrilla Gardening is your guide to greening public spaces, with or without permission.

And you can get "down to earth" with Robin Wheeler, whose humorous yet practical gardening guide, Gardening for the Faint of Heart is perfect for the novice gardener in your life.


Gardening for the Faint of Heart


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