The Downsized Veggie Garden: How to Garden Small - Wherever You Live, Whatever Your Space (Hardcover)
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This is a timely, "especially for now" book, when growing food at home is at the top of many family to-do lists. Small is beautiful, and integrating a small, easy-to-manage garden into hectic everyday life is easy. In The Downsized Veggie Garden, low maintenance is the mantra. And so is making smart, creative use of the space we have - whether it's outdoors, indoors, in-ground, in containers, on a balcony railing...or even going vertical. Garden expert Kate Copsey takes the reader season-by-season, plant-by-plant, with essential tips about soil, seed-starting, plant choices, non-chemical fertilizing, watering, choosing the right containers, veggie garden planning and planting, and much more. This fully illustrated book is a one-stop guide for the beginner gardener or the downsizing gardener.
About the Author
AUTHOR BIO Kate Copsey hosts the weekly online radio show "The Master Gardener Hour" at americaswebradio.com. A freelance writer specializing in garden topics, she is a frequent speaker at garden shows and clubs nationally, and is a garden columnist for Ohio Gardener and Renaissance magazines. AUTHOR RESIDENCE Kate Copsey lives in South Carolina.