If you missed the gardening boat earlier this Summer, fear not, there is still time. Now is the perfect time to prepare your fall vegetable garden plantings. You can plant lettuce, spinach, kale (check out our kale chips recipe), Swiss chard, broccoli, endive, carrots, beets, herbs, Chinese cabbage, peas, radish, turnip, oats, sunflower, and more. If you are new to gardening or would like to improve your gardening skills, check out the Any Size, Anywhere Edible Gardening book. I received a copy for this review.
Any Size, Anywhere Edible Gardening is a book full of tips and steps on how to create your own edible garden no matter what your space contraints. In the book, you’ll learn about container gardening, raised-bed gardening, vertical gardening, and traditional gardens.
No matter how you garden, the results and benefits remain true and the same.
- I’ve talked so many times about how introducing gardening to kids is beneficial on so many levels. Kids who help garden are more willing to eat more vegetables and fruits, twice as much to be exact.
- It remains true for adults too, gardening offers nutritious vegetables and fruits, improving your diets greatly.
- When you garden, you save a lot of money when you grow your own vegetables and fruits.
Any Size, Anywhere Edible Gardening is sectioned off by topics such as small space gardens, tips, and by popular vegetables including how to sow, care, and harvest. What I like most about this book is that it is for everyone with any size yard – or lack thereof. There are tips on all sorts of gardening, including container gardening so virtually anyone can plant and grow their own food.
This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to who provided the product for review.