Gardeners often don't think about being eco-friendly, ironically enough. They'll use chemical fertilizers and pesticides without even thinking twice about all the damage they are causing. But if you're not one of those gardeners, and you're interested in the more eco-friendly and creative side of gardening, and then you should look into The Shoestring Gardener- Frugal Eco-Friendly Gardening Tutorial.
The Shoestring Gardener - Frugal Eco-friendly Gardening Tutorial
Gardeners often don’t think about being eco-friendly, ironically enough. They’ll use chemical fertilizers and pesticides without even thinking twice about all the damage they are causing. But if you’re not one of those gardeners, and you’re interested in the more eco-friendly and creative side of gardening, and then you should look into The Shoestring Gardener- Frugal Eco-Friendly Gardening Tutorial.
You’ll learn how to improve your garden soil for higher quality and more abundant yields. How to save money on food by using your garden, and plenty of DIY projects for all kinds of garden related tasks, issues, and even art.
Discover non-toxic ways to kill those pesky weeds, how to collect precious rainwater, how to make strong plant cages, and all the ins and outs you need to know about creative the ultimate gold- compost. If you’re looking to garden in a more eco-friendly manner or are just searching for cost effective ways to do your gardening, then the Shoestring Gardener is your guide. Everything was tested out by the author, ensuring authenticity in every word in the book.
The ebook is easy to navigate. There are seven chapters on everything from starting and growing plants to making practical garden art. Within each chapter are descriptive links that take the busy gardener right to the chosen subject. I love that. No hunting. No scrolling. I’ve got a head of steam up. My hands are dirty, and I want to check something. I go right to it. I find the answer. I complete my project. Then I wash my hands using one of Claudia’s great eco-friendly cleansers (Chapter 5).
I’m visual. The Shoestring Gardener is illustrated with charmingly simple drawings. One glance and the reader sees what the clean writing is describing. I can make a rain chain in my sleep (and have since reading Chapter 4) because I saw it in Claudia’s ebook. One of my manias is concrete. I’ve read countless articles on making your own concrete garden art. For the most part, they leave me thinking, this person doesn’t have a clue about DYI concrete work. Claudia does. She comes right out and says don’t bother with dinky little batches of concrete made in buckets. Whomp up a whole bag of mix in a wheelbarrow (Chapter 4). It’s easier in the long run, and it’s better to have too much than too little. This is a mortal lock fact.
“Making compost. It isn’t that hard. Claudia’s real life recipes and techniques are spots on (Chapter 3). She explains what compost is (amendment to soil) and what it isn’t (fertilizer). Do not throw away a mousetrap nor old guttering until you read The Shoestring Gardener.” – Jan Meng, HungryHoller.com
This is an amazing guide for the eco-conscious gardener, or a gardener looking for more ways to be eco-conscious, as well as cost effective. You get a lot of information in this book for a fairly low price.
There are no risks in purchasing this book. In fact, you even get some bonus material: Eco-Friendly Dusts & Baits to Rid Your Home of Pests.
There really is no way of going wrong when it comes to purchasing this wonderful piece of art in the form of an informative e-book. If you’re a garden enthusiast, then this e-book is a must have.