Easy Growing Container Gardens

Author: Simon Marlow

Publisher: SandSPublishing



Page: 37

View: 643

This book and guide will lead you through the complete process of purchasing, setting up and maintaining your easy grow container garden. There are some small initial purchases required but after that all the equipment used is re-usable year after year. The only things that require annual replacement are the compost bags which you can purchase at any of the large home garden retailers (compost bags with moisture control). The secrets to growing plants and vegetables on auto-pilot requires neither specialist skills nor a natural green thumb. This system is so easy you will be amazed at how successful you become in growing great plants and succulent vegetables with little to no effort. The Automated Kitchen Container Garden grows abundant succulent vegetables and colorful plants. This step by step guide shows you how to achieve great results: No Manual Watering, No Weeding, No Feeding and No Effort Just Happy Growing!

Growing Up Really Isn't Easy

Author: Sean Renfrew Kelley

Publisher: Lulu.com



Page: 314

View: 464

It's three books for the price of one in this special compilation novel Jenny Michaels is an ordinary young girl who has many interests in her life including: dancing, wanting her own puppy, getting rid of zits on her face, and improving her math grades. Jenny may think her problems are the only huge ones that exist on the planet, but little does she realize her young adult after school care teachers: Mr. Keno, Miss Monica, Mr. Jimmy, and Miss Kaitlyn have their own issues to deal with. From working past troubled teenage years to dealing with difficulties in dating, being a young adult can be also be difficult; especially when you still have to prepare lesson plans and help your students with their own large series of personal issues. ""Growing Up Really Isn't Easy"" is a special compilation of the books: ""Growing Up Isn't Easy,"" ""Growing Up Isn't Simple,"" and ""Growing Up Is Complicated.""

Growing with Gardening

Author: Bibby Moore

Publisher: UNC Press Books


Category: Gardening

Page: 244

View: 857

Growing with Gardening offers step-by-step guidance in planning a year-round horticultural program for therapy, recreation, or education. Developed under the auspices of the North Carolina Botanical Garden, it features more than 250 activities, organized by month, ranging from designing a raised plant bed and building a wheelchair-accessible garden to constructing a plant press and creating crafts from natural plant materials. More than 200 illustrations complement the clear, concise text.

Grow Food for Free

Author: Huw Richards

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd


Category: Gardening

Page: 224

View: 202

Huw Richards set himself a challenge - to grow his own fruit and veg for free for a year. He succeeded, and now wants to help you do the same. Can't afford a raised bed? Try repurposing an old wooden pallet. Don't want to spend money on buying plants? Look in the fridge and your kitchen cupboards for food that you can plant. Need a particular tool? Barter or borrow from a neighbour. Don't have a garden? See if someone in your area has an untended patch you can turn into a well-loved veg plot. Huw's Grow Food for Free has the inspiration and practical advice you need to start, grow, love, propagate and harvest your own fruit and veg organically and at zero-cost. This is real sustainability!

Derek Fell's Grow This!

Author: Derek Fell

Publisher: Rodale Books


Category: Gardening

Page: 336

View: 693

What gardeners want most is a bigger and better return on their investment of time and money—maximum yields and superior flavor for edibles, long-lasting blooms for flowers. Derek Fell's Grow This! features expert advice for choosing and growing the top-performing plants (and avoiding the ones that disappoint). Derek Fell has grown hundreds of varieties and annually visits gardens and test plots across America, so he's qualified to guide gardeners to the best of the best—more than 600 vegetable, flower, herb, and lawn grass all-stars. He offers honest feedback about plant performance, even when it contradicts favorable public opinion or a grower's claims. Seed racks may be filled with ‘Kentucky Wonder' snap beans, but he dismisses that variety as too fibrous and needy and instead recommends ‘Blue Lake' beans for tenderness and high yields. Fell's firsthand experience means the difference between choosing plant winners and losers. Packed with insider evaluations from seedsmen, growers, and nursery retailers that readers won't find elsewhere, Derek Fell's Grow This! explains industry lingo and debunks marketing hype to help gardeners select the best-performing plants for all garden conditions and goals.

Grow Great Vegetables in Georgia

Author: Ira Wallace

Publisher: Timber Press


Category: Gardening

Page: 252

View: 743

Get the inside dirt, Georgia! This ultimate local guide to growing vegetables and other edibles provides you with insider advice on climate zones, average frost dates, and growing season details across Georgia. Information includes details on sun, soil, fertilizer, mulch, water, and the best varieties for your region. A garden planning section helps with design and crop rotation, and monthly lists explain what to do from January through December. In-depth profiles of nearly 50 edibles round out the information and help ensure a can’t-miss harvest.

Orchid Growing for Wimps

Author: Ellen Zachos

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.


Category: Gardening

Page: 128

View: 657

“A superb primer on orchid culture. It uses a fully illustrated step-by-step approach and doesn’t skimp on relating complete details. There’s a chapter showing easy-to-grow orchids in all their glory, and there’s also a chapter warning about ‘difficult’ orchids to avoid. This tome takes you on a visit [to] 16 terrific varieties you can easily handle....It’s a fun and rewarding winter exercise.”—Denver Post.

Growing Media for Ornamental Plants and Turf

Author: Kevin A. Handreck

Publisher: UNSW Press


Category: Science

Page: 542

View: 138

This is a comprehensive revision of Growing Media, first published in 1984 and last revised in 2002. Since its first publication the book has been a core text for Horticulture students at TAFE colleges and universities as well as an important reference title.

As I grow up


Publisher: kelvin esaisa




View: 577

Life is a journey of many of years in the past and future. Many people that have taken life seriously have achieved their goals and have ended up being celebrated.Life always give us an opportunity to succeed. In this book I present to you some steps of how you can succeed in your life. These steps are part of other many steps that different persons have used to achieve their destiny. The concepts of life listed in this book are not a substitute to the instruction of God. I must say that success is not easy journey.For one to succeed,one should be prepared to work hard and harder. One should also be prepared to sacrifice. Success is ordained by God. People that have genuinly succeeded would testify how God has blessed them and managed to achieve there goals. So I encourage you to read this book and always remember that success is your God given anointing.