“I learned something useful on every page even though I’ve been gardening for several years. The information was laid out simply and was not overwhelming like other gardening books I have read.” -Alexandra
“Extremely thoughtful and a superb guide for the novice gardener.” – Terry
“With the help of this book, I am certain I will soon have a flourishing garden! What a great tool!” – Anne
A step-by-step guide to creating your own highly-productive garden design that will provide you with all the food you need!
Discover garden design ideas not only to create a beautiful enjoyable space, but to also provide all the fruits and vegetables you could ever want!
In The Garden Design Handbook, you will learn specific step-by-step strategies and garden design ideas that will help you to overcome any confusion or uncertainty when it comes to designing your garden. There are many books that tell you how to design a garden, but most focus on landscaping and aesthetics and there are very few that focus on edible gardens. Your garden can be aesthetically pleasing and FUNCTIONAL at the same time! There are many elements that go into garden design, such as garden location, climate, water, shade, soil, and companion planting. Garden design is not just about where to plant things, it’s about incorporating all the elements of a garden so that they function as a whole.
Whether you are a new or experienced gardener, garden design can be overwhelming and confusing due to all the information out there. That’s exactly how I felt when I was designing my first garden. But it is extremely doable and easy if you know where to start. If you follow these steps, you can create your own highly-efficient and appealing garden space in no time. You will be able to grow more, do less work, spend less money, and have more fun!
Here is a preview of what you’ll learn…
• How to locate your garden to maximize growing potential and efficiency
• How to analyze and improve your existing soil
• Design ideas for garden bed layout and preparation
• Choosing plants for your climate
• Irrigation ideas for your garden design
• Using compost and mulch in your garden design
• Incorporating microclimates into your garden design
• Space-saving techniques for small garden design
• Plus much more!
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