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For a large section of land waiting for a garden, check this out in the Australian outback


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Which vegetable gardening book is the best for you?

Vegetable gardening is a personal sort of thing so there is really not one book that you can use. You can read a book to get the fundamentals and learn the basics, but you just have to get your hands

dirty and do it. Thatís the best way to learn. If there is any one author I like it has to be John Jeavon's and his Bio-Intensive vegetable gardening What he can do with a patch of dirt is simple amazing. But for you if you just want to supplement your table with fresh vegetables you donít really need to go that far. 

Just throw a few seeds in the corner and water them and see what happens. 

If you need to buy a book get one that is specific to your area. I recommend just getting guides like an organic gardening guide or a heirloom vegetable guide. These target what you are looking for and they should cover the topic in enough detail so you actually learn something. But as with all learning if you donít put it into practice you more than likely will forget it. 

Vegetable gardening is something you learn by doing. 

First you read the book or guide then you go out and do it. That is why if you want to turn your lawn into vegetables then throw some seeds around and see what happens. And youíll be amazed at how easy it is for nature to grow food for you. All you have to do is supply the water. Vegetable gardening books are good to read in front of the fire in the middle of winter but to grow vegetables you have to go outside and do it. 

For a very out of date free Vegetable Gardening handbook try this link:                                         Home Vegetable Gardening by F.F. Rockwell - I think it is from the public domain 

Check out our Vegetable Gardening page and see what you think, but now is the time to stop thinking and just throw a few seeds around the house to see what happens.




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