The Dirt Cheap Green Thumb
Rhonda Massingham Hart
Storey, 2009 (2009)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
f you love to garden, this inexpensive little book is a must read. In a quick reference, with 400 cost saving ideas and tips, the author explains how to maximize the bounty of your garden without spending a fortune.
hether growing flowers or veggies, any gardener knows that expenses can mount up quickly, but Hart shows you can enjoy healthy home grown produce and vibrant flowers without taking out a second mortgage on your home!
ou'll discover information on recycling tools and garden accessories, propagation and seed saving, conserving water, and getting the most from the compost heap.
n this easy to read volume with line drawings and special
sidebars, you'll discover ways to save money and create an even better garden than you currently enjoy.
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