Vertical Gardening: More Garden In Less Space (Gardening Basics for Beginners Series) [Kindle Edition]
Publication Date: July 25, 2012
Vertical Gardening: More Garden In Less Space
Gardening Basics for Beginners Series
Vertical gardening is a viable gardening alternative for gardeners with small plots of land because plants are grown vertically off the ground, thereby conserving space. This well-organized booklet is a mini course; walking readers through the essential elements of vertical gardening so that a novice gardener can quickly get up to speed and tend to his or her vertical garden like a pro.
Greene’s nine chapters are focused and narrow in scope so that a starting point is provided for further investigation. In each of this booklet’s chapters, Greene starts off with a general concept and then provides a detailed breakdown of that concept in small snippets so that the material informs without overwhelming. Greene honestly discusses the benefits and limitations of vertical gardens in detail so that curious readers can wisely decide if a vertical garden is a good investment for their gardening space.
Greene dispenses creative ways to grow fruits and vegetables in small spaces and elaborates on how to train plants to climb on common structures to maximize gardening space in the smallest lots and gardens. If you have ever been curious about vertical gardening, this is a great guide for nailing the basics of harvesting crops and cultivating natural beauty in small spaces.
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