• MOTHER EARTH NEWS COLLECTOR SERIES: ORGANIC GARDENING, 2ND EDITION

    Have you ever thought of growing flowers and vegetables together? Or considered how the pH level in your garden’s soil affects the growth of your fruits and vegetables? What about the idea of pruning for small-space fruit trees? These topics and many more are all covered in the Mother Earth News Collector Series: Organic Gardening, 2nd Edition!

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  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS COLLECTOR SERIES: ORGANIC GARDENING, 3RD EDITION

    With the help of the Mother Earth News Collector Series: Organic Gardening, 3rd Edition special issue, every season can be gardening season! Within these 160 pages, you’ll discover techniques and methods for growing, DIY plans for your gardens, vegetable advice for a variety of vegetables, and more. Whether you’re a beginner gardener wondering how to keep weeds out of your garden or an expert wanting to experiment with crop rotation, this issue has all the resources to help you in your next planting season.

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  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS COLLECTOR SERIES: ORGANIC GARDENING, 4TH EDITION

    Mother Earth News Collector Series: Organic Gardening, 4th Edition walks gardeners through four different categories of keeping a garden including ‘Techniques & Methods’, ‘DIY Plans’, and unique planting tips for each of the four seasons (spring, summer, fall, and winter), to help you grow your best garden yet. Inside these 144 pages, you’ll learn how to manipulate your microclimate, have a successful garden in changing climates, the secret to healthy soil, build an A-Frame tomato trellis, and so much more!

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  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS HOW TO GROW AND PRESERVE YOUR OWN FOOD, 4TH EDITION

    Almost everything you need to know about growing and preserving your own food at home is in this 100-page guide from MOTHER EARTH NEWS. How to Grow and Preserve Your Own Food provides excellent articles filled with tips and advice for growing a healthy, successful garden, as well as canning your leftover bounty to enjoy in those cold winter months.

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  • NO-WASTE ORGANIC GARDENING

    In No-Waste Organic Gardening, author Shawna Coronado guides you toward a more sustainable landscape with dozens of tips, tricks, and solutions that save you time and money—all while saving the planet, too! A revision of Shawna's previous title,101 Organic Gardening Hacks, this new book tackles waste-reducing gardening in a clever, accessible way.

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  • PEST PROOFING YOUR GARDEN E-HANDBOOK

    Your approach to getting rid of the unwanted animals in your garden will be determined by your own philosophy, influenced by the appetites of those intruders.

    Suggestions for protecting plants are presented in this e-handbook and cover a wide range of preventive measures. Described in the pages of this valuable reference guide are methods that are most effective for keeping intruders such as raccoons, rabbits, possums, deer, moles, skunks, birds and slugs out of your garden. 33 pages.

    Note: This is an e-book. Retrieving the e-book requires you to have an account. When checking out in the shopping cart please log in or register. Do not check out as a guest. Once you have placed your order click on “My Account” in the top right of the page, then click on “Downloads”. You should see your e-book on the following screen. Click to open it and save to your computer. If you need further assistance please contact customer service or call 1-800-234-3368.

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  • PLANNING AND PLANTING A MOON GARDEN E-HANDBOOK

    What is a moon garden? It's a garden designed expressly for evening and nighttime enjoyment. Although a moon garden is attractive at any time of day, at dusk it takes on a whole new look and feel.

    This e-handbook shows you how to design a moon garden, use supplemental lighting, choose plants for nighttime blooming and build embellishments such as trellises, arbors and fences. 36 pages.

    Note: This is an e-book. Retrieving the e-book requires you to have an account. When checking out in the shopping cart please log in or register. Do not check out as a guest. Once you have placed your order click on “My Account” in the top right of the page, then click on “Downloads”. You should see your e-book on the following screen. Click to open it and save to your computer. If you need further assistance please contact customer service or call 1-800-234-3368.

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  • ROOTS SHOOTS BUCKETS & BOOTS

    Plant a pumpkinseed with a child and cultivate wonder. This simple act of reconnecting children with nature is Sharon Lovejoy's purpose and joy and gift. In her newest book, Roots, Shoots, Buckets & Boots, she presents 12 spirited, easy-to-implement ideas for theme gardens that parents and kids can grow together. Illustrated throughout by the author's own lyrical watercolors, each garden includes a plan, the planting recipe (seeds, seedlings, and growing instructions spelled out step by step), and activities. There's the Pizza Patch, a giant wheel garden planted in "slices" of tomatoes, zucchini, oregano, and basil. There’s a Flowery Maze to get lost in, and a Moon Garden of night-blooming flowers (including a moonflower tent). And there’s Mother Nature's Medicine Chest.

    For ages 4-10.

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  • ROW COVERS AND MULCHES E-HANDBOOK

    Many gardeners fashion cold frames from whatever materials they can find. Others rely on old standby covers, such as hot caps. Regardless of the type, row covers help protect plants from frost, wind, pests, rain and snow.

    This e-handbook advises you on the different types of row covers, how to make them and how to use them. Chapters include:

    • Extending Your Garden Season
    • The Ins and Outs of Floating Row Covers
    • Plastic Tunnels and Mulches
    • Planning Your Garden Protection
    • Installing Mulches, Tunnels and Row Covers
    • Timing, Pollination and Optimum Temperatures
    • Storing Protective Covers
    • Frost Dates

    Proper protection will result in hardy, healthy plants. 36 pages.

    Note: This is an e-book. Retrieving the e-book requires you to have an account. When checking out in the shopping cart please log in or register. Do not check out as a guest. Once you have placed your order click on “My Account” in the top right of the page, then click on “Downloads”. You should see your e-book on the following screen. Click to open it and save to your computer. If you need further assistance please contact customer service or call 1-800-234-3368.

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  • STARTER VEGETABLE GARDENS

    Master gardener Barbara Pleasant takes the guesswork and anxiety out of growing food, explaining in simple language exactly how to start, maintain and eventually expand an organic vegetable garden, even in the smallest of spaces. Choose one of 24 no-fail, small-scale garden plans and find out how easy it is to enjoy your own fresh food all season long!

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  • STOREY'S CURIOUS COMPENDIUM OF PRACTICAL AND OBSCURE SKILLS

    Have you ever wondered how to capture a swarm of bees? Predict the weather by the clouds? And just how do you darn a pair of socks, anyway? Anyone curious about the myriad ways people have taught themselves to make, grow, and build things will find everything they’ve ever wondered about in this colorful, inviting volume. With dozens of useful and intriguing visual tutorials selected from Storey’s extensive library of how-to books, you can learn how to carve a turkey, create a butterfly garden, set up a dog agility course, keep a nature sketchbook, navigate by the stars, and more. Whether you plan to “do it yourself” or just love reading about how things are done, this rich compendium will educate, fascinate, spark conversation, and inspire new hobbies and experiences.

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  • TEXAS GARDENING THE NATURAL WAY

    Compost your old "complete" gardening guide. There's a new way of gardening in Texas that's healthier for people and the environment, more effective at growing vigorous plants and reducing pests, cheaper to maintain, and just more fun. It's Howard Garrett's "The Natural Way" organic gardening program, and it's all here in Texas Gardening the Natural Way.

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  • THE COLORADO GARDENER'S COMPANION, 2ND EDITION

    Whether you are an experienced green thumb or an inquiring novice, whether you live in the mountains, on the Western Slope, along the Front Range, or on the eastern plains, this easy-to-understand guide will help you grow bountiful vegetables, abundant flowers, and lush lawns. You will learn: what’s in your Colorado soil and how to improve it; how to take advantage of the state’s semiarid climate; techniques to maximize the short growing season; the best high-performance plant varieties for your climate; how to landscape to conserve water; ways to deal with the challenges of Colorado’s wild weather; local sources of hands-on assistance with gardening questions. In short, how to succeed in your Rocky Mountain garden.

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  • THE EDIBLE ECOSYSTEM SOLUTION

    The Edible Ecosystem Solution is a comprehensive, practical guidebook that looks at underutilized spaces to reveal the many opportunities for landscape transformation that are both far-reaching and immediately beneficial and enjoyable.

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  • THE INTELLIGENT GARDENER

    To grow produce of the highest nutritional quality the essential minerals lacking in our soil must be replaced, but this re-mineralization calls for far more attention to detail than the simple addition of composted manure or NPK fertilizers. The Intelligent Gardener demystifies the process while simultaneously debunking much of the false and misleading information perpetuated by both the conventional and organic agricultural movements. In doing so, it conclusively establishes the link between healthy soil, healthy food, and healthy people. This practical step-by-step guide and the accompanying customizable web-based spreadsheets go beyond organic and are essential tools for any serious gardener who cares about the quality of the produce they grow.

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  • THE LIFELONG GARDENER

    You can keep gardening for life, you just need to make adjustments as you age. In The Lifelong Gardener, adaptive gardening expert Toni Gattone shares her proven methods for making your favorite hobby easier on your aging body. Her techniques will help you garden smarter, not harder! Eliminate the physical strain of gardening through this helpful guide’s dozens of tried-and-true methods (like buying ergonomic tools, using raised beds, and moving tools around in bins on wheels). The Lifelong Gardener celebrates the joy of gardening, and Gattone’s message of empowerment will stir you to find joy in your garden for years to come.

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  • THE LIVING LANDSCAPE

    A home garden is often seen as separate from the natural world surrounding it. In truth, it is actually just one part of a larger landscape made up of many living layers. And the replacement of the rich layers of native flora with turf grass greatly diminishes a garden's biological diversity and ecological function.

    The Living Landscape seeks to reverse this trend by showing gardeners how to create a landscape that is full of life. Written by Rick Darke and Douglas W. Tallamy, two of the most important voices in sustainability and horticulture, it is the definitive guide to designing a beautiful, biodiverse home garden. The authors first explain each layer of the landscape and what role the plants within them play in the larger environment, from providing berries for birds, food for bugs, or a place for bees to pollinate. The authors then put this information into context and offer design strategies to implement into a home garden. Helpful charts offer suggested plants, including natives and nonnatives, for each region.

    Douglas W. Tallamy's award-winning Bringing Nature Home revealed the pressing need for a biodiverse home landscape. In a gorgeously illustrated, inspirational, and practical way, The Living Landscape supports the important message by showing gardeners how to make it happen.

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  • THE MINIMALIST GARDENER

    The Minimalist Gardener reveals low-maintenance, year-round, no-dig gardening that provides your kitchen with delicious fresh food (while not breaking your back). Written by acknowledged expert Patrick Whitefield, this friendly guide will help you grow food in whatever space you have (large or small, rural or urban) with minimal purchased inputs and maximum satisfaction.

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  • THE MODERN HOMESTEAD GARDEN

    For most modern homesteaders, it all starts with making the conscious decision to reduce your reliance on the commercial food supply chain. In The Modern Homestead Garden, author and YouTube gardening star Gary Pilarchik of The Rusted Garden walks you step-by-step through the process of building a homestead garden. From laying out the planting beds, nurturing the soil, and starting seeds, straight through to cooking and preserving the harvest, Gary serves as your warm and accessible guide, no matter how large or how small your homestead is. With the guidance found here, you’ll move at your own pace, learn, share, and enjoy the journey as you slowly transform your home into an edible landscape.

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  • THE NO-TILL ORGANIC VEGETABLE FARM

    No-till — a method of growing crops and providing pasture without disturbing the soil — has become an important alternative to standard farming practices. In this comprehensive guide to successful no-till vegetable farming for aspiring and beginning farmers, author Daniel Mays, owner and manager of an organic no-till farm in Maine, outlines the environmental, social, and economic benefits of this system.

    The methods described are designed for implementation at the human scale, relying primarily on human power, with minimal use of machinery. The book presents streamlined planning and record-keeping tools as well as marketing strategies, and outlines community engagement programs like CSA, food justice initiatives, and on-farm education.

    Item: 10575

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