follow url Gardening chores need not necessarily make you sweat. They can also be enjoyable and relaxing. This is what Remo Vetter teaches us in this book based on 35 years of gardening experience.
Surrounded by sea buckthorn and St John's wort, artichokes, perilla, and verbena, he and his wife maintain a huge show and kitchen garden with about healing and kitchen herbs, vegetables, English fragrant roses, wild flowers, and ancient types of apples. Accompanied by astonishing photos, they share their gardening secrets as well as a number of practical suggestions, tips, and tricks: How to best prepare the soil?
Which plants to use in order to attract insects, bees, bumblebees, butterflies, and birds? What is the easiest way to keep the soil humid and free from weeds?
I tried to grow a garden in Phoenix once, and it was a disaster! Gardeners in Phoenix, Arizona say this all the time.
Learn when and what to plant, how to do it, and why most gardens in the desert Southwest fail. A garden can be hard work, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming or extremely labor intensive. There are ways to be efficient, cut corners, yet have a prolific, I tried to grow a garden in Phoenix once, and it was a disaster!
There are ways to be efficient, cut corners, yet have a prolific, well producing plot. Take it from a native Phoenician, gardening for over 10 years and teaching local classes. You can be successful. Enjoy the health benefits and incomparable flavor of homegrown produce right outside your door.
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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Crystal Lee can best be described in one word: passionate Lazy Arizona Organic Gardener's Basics by [Lee, Crystal]. Lazy Arizona Organic Gardener's Basics [Crystal Lee, Jo Michaels] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. I tried to grow a garden in Phoenix.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 10, Len Dyer rated it liked it.
Good information but full of weeds A great book for gardeners of the Arizona desert. Providing hard won insight from years of personal experience. Worth the read. Anecdotes and side stories are distracting and information is simply provided with little analysis.
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