• Vegetable Gardening for Beginners

  • A Beginner's Step-By-Step Guide to Quickly Learn How to Grow Your Own Vegetables and Fruits. All You Need to Know to Start a Garden at Home with Organic Methods
  • By: Edward Green
  • Narrated by: Joe Phoenix
  • Length: 5 hrs and 6 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Have you started contemplating whether to grow your own vegetables? If your answer is yes, then keep reading!

I would like to assure you that you are embarking on one of the most satisfying journeys of your life. This decision will change everything: The way you look at nature, your appreciation of what it can offer, and the feeling of self-sufficiency will make all the effort worth your while. Your passage into the world of home vegetable gardening is about to begin.

You are not alone, though. More and more people are turning their backs on store-bought vegetables and starting their own vegetable gardens, whether large or small, outdoors or inside their homes or basements. 

The benefits are considerable. Homegrown produce is just so much healthier; you are in control of the amount, if any, of pesticide used. Your veggies will be super fresh since they did not have to travel hundreds of miles to reach you. They are rich in nutrients, and the taste and flavor of freshly harvested veggies are incomparable. 

This book covers the following topics:

  • How to plan your own vegetable garden
  • Garden design (example)
  • How to maximize your space
  • Environmentally friendly methods
  • Fertilizing and maintaining your plants
  • The right pot for every plant
  • The right period to ripen all vegetables and fruits (best vegetables and fruit for any season)
  • Crop rotation to avoid disease and pests
  • And many more!

Growing your own vegetables is a lot easier than you might think. I will provide you with all the information and helpful tips you need to make a huge success of your venture, and in no time, you will bite into your own homegrown fleshy tomatoes, crunchy lettuce, and delicious peas.

Ready to get started? Buy now!

©2020 Edward Green (P)2020 Edward Green

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The perfect garden handbook!

You know when you get excited and start breathing in short breaths? Then you almost start hyperventilating? Well, that’s how I feel about this book.

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the narrator was mono tone and robotic. could not listen to it. waste of a credit

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Wish I'd had this book sooner!

I empathize with Jill's point that so many gardening books can be confusing for a beginner because they assume you know certain things things already.

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Very informative

I listen the book t in a day - wanted to know what was covered. Found it well-written. Jill has an easy-going writing style, yet imparts a good amount of knowledge.

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Great resource

Vegetable Gardening for beginners is an awesome book that would be beneficial to anyone wanting to start a garden. The book is very high quality and packed with information.

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An excellent guide for beginners

This book is very well organized! It starts at the beginning, with dirt. It is full of easy-to-digest information about all the different crops that you can grow.

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Perfect starting place for your first veggie gard

This is my first year gardening. At first I felt overwhelmed. How to plan, how to start seeds, How many to start, when to transplant, etc.

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Great for beginners or unsuccessful gardeners in

I was sent this book by the publisher with the expectation that I would give an honest review. I want to explain that I have tried to grow everything from flowers to fruit to vegetables and I have had little to no success.

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Good Basic information

This is truly a beginners book with easy explanation of how to and when plant. What should be planted together and whys. Also the good part is that the suggestions are for keeping an Vegetable garden.

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Great for beginners

This book covers the things that you need to know to get started gardening. It goes through the basics like tools and preparing a garden bed - including using containers.

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Content let down by Constant Mispronunciations

I haven't finished the book yet but I'm I'm constantly having to listen to mispronunciations of common gardening words that made me question the writers authority until I checked that the book is read by someone else.
The book is detailed, although some details need not be said, but as a gardener with many years experience it's hard to listen to because of SO MANY wrongfully pronounced words.