Get Out There and Garden!

April is National Gardening Month. So to inspire you to get into your yard and start growing, or even just to give you some ideas of where to start, the library has these books to guide you:

How to Grow Practically Everything by Zia Allaway, Lia Leendertz

Rx from the Garden: 101 Food Cures You Can Easily Grow by Kathleen Barnes

High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening: 1001 Ways to Garden Sustainably by Alice Bowe

The Food Lover’s Garden by Mark Diacono

Everyday Garden Solutions: Expert Advice from the National Gardening Association

Decoding Gardening Advice: The Science behind the 100 Most Common Recommendations by Jeff Gillman & Meleah Maynard

Gardening with Children by Monika Hannemann

Thoughtful Gardening: Practical Gardening in Harmony with Nature by Ed Ikin

The Complete Guide to Preserving Your Own Seeds for Your Garden: Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply by Katie A. Murphy

Raised-Bed Vegetable Gardening Made Simple: the Three-Module Home Vegetable Garden by Raymond Nones

The Gardener’s Guide to Propagation: Step-By-Step Instructions for Creating Plants for Free, from Propagating Seeds and Cuttings to Dividing, Layering and Grafting by Richard Rosenfeld

Back to Basics: Traditional Garden Wisdom: Time-Tested Tips and Techniques for Creating a Natural, Sustainable Outdoor Space by Charlie Ryrie and Anne Halpin

Gardening Month by Month by Ian Spence

The Bad Tempered Gardener by Anne Wareham

Now get out there, be fruitful and multiply!
-Melissa M.

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3 responses to “Get Out There and Garden!

  1. Perfect! I have space now to garden for the first time in my life, and I’m super-excited about getting started – thanks Melissa!!

    Leigh Anne

  2. A marvelous post and magazine ! Been a member for 15 yrs!

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