The Abundant Mini Garden's Guide to Vertical Vegetable Gardening: How to Use Trellises to Grow More Food in Less Space
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** An Amazon Ideal Seller in Gardening and Horticulture, Urban Gardening, and Garden Style ** This 140-web page book contains 90 photos. Find out how you can harvest up to $150 worth of organic vegetables from plants grown on trellises in a tiny 4’ x 4’ garden bed! You can tuck this size bed into the smallest yard – and you only need to have a couple of minutes per week to care for it. * Find out the extraordinary amounts of food that you can harvest from a modest vertical garden * Find out when you must NOT use a vertical garden * Make the highest yields possible by providing your plants these five items * Double or triple your harvest from a little vertical garden bed with this 1 simple tip * Learn which kind of trellises operate best with various vegetables * Find out how to design and style your vertical garden for maximum yield and comfort * Discover how to appropriately train and prune the big vining plants on your trellises * Get detailed directions for easily producing a large $20 trellis that will final over 15 years A single large winter squash plant can simply develop 20 feet across on the ground. That is a enormous quantity of space for just a single plant, and you would need to do a lot of function to keep that much location weeded, fertilized, and watered. But you don’t need to have a lot of space or time in order to grow huge vining vegetable plants if you learn how to grow them vertically on trellises. The author, Debra Graff, has 35 years of knowledge in developing organic food in small garden beds, and has trained new Master Gardeners about vegetable gardening. In this book, she shares several of the secrets that she has learned over the years on how to generate a tremendous amount of food from a tiny vertical garden.
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