A Practical Guide to Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces eBook
Do you live in an apartment, condo, rental house or other small space where you can’t have a full garden? This is me too! I have lived in an apartment with my husband for the past 3 years. And while we have plans of one day buying a house and having a great backyard for me to plant anything I want, this just isn’t a reality for us yet.
So, I have to deal with the space I have now. Which is a small patio on the second story of a two bedroom apartment. I never dreamed that I could actually have a garden!
As my husband and I have started a journey to eating real foods, one of the biggest things we have had to change was eating more vegetables. But fruit and vegetables can be so expensive, especially if you want to buy organic and healthy vegetables!
One day I discovered that herbs can be grown fairly easily indoors in small containers. This led me to try and find out what else I could grow in our apartment. And to my surprise, I found out that I could grow an entire vegetable garden on my upstairs patio!
I could have herbs, tomatoes, peppers, and even potatoes. All grown in our second story apartment patio! Apartment Gardening is a great resource to get you started growing your own vegetables indoors, in small spaces, on patios, or in containers.
This beginner’s guide to container gardening covers:
- How to pick which seeds to grow
- When to start your seeds
- Starting from young plants
- Carting for your vegetables
- The best plants to grow indoors and in small spaces
- How to garden organically and more!
For $5.95 you will get an introduction and beginner’s guide for everything you need to know about container gardening! You will get over 100 pages of hands on how-to as well as 3 beautifully designed printables to help you get the most out of your garden all year long!
The Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Biblical Truths Found in the Garden
Chapter 2: What to Plant
Chapter 3: Setting Gardening Goals
Chapter 4: When to Plant
Chapter 5: Start Your Seeds
Chapter 6: Quick & Easy Seed Starting Method
Chapter 7: Transplanting Your Seedlings
Chapter 8: Growing from Young Plants
Chapter 9: Caring for Your Vegetables
Chapter 10: Benefits of Growing Herbs
Chapter 11: Herb Gardening 101
Chapter 12: Why Grow Organically
Chapter 13: Making Your Own Worm Compost
Chapter 14: What are GMOs?
Chapter 15: How to Garden Organically
Chapter 16: The Story of the “Good” Bug
Chapter 17: Harvesting Your Garden
Chapter 18: Enjoy Your Harvest ~ Juicing
Chapter 19: Enjoy your Plants Year Round
Chapter 20: Preserving~ Spring Berries
Chapter 21: Preserving ~ Swiss Chard
Chapter 22: Preserving ~Tomatoes
Chapter 23: Canning, Freezing, & Dehydrating
Chapter 24: All About Sunlight
Apartment Gardening is new and improved with the 2nd addition! Valuable information has been added as well as all new pages of resources to help you with all your gardening & harvesting needs! I have also included all new garden printables.
Bonus #1: My Dream Garden Worksheet
Not only will you get my step by step guide to growing, harvesting, and enjoying your vegetables, you will also get three awesome bonuses printables! I’ve included a Dream Garden worksheet to help you prioritize your garden this year.
It’s so helpful to be able to sit down and figure out what it is that you really want to get out of your garden this year. Then you can head to the store and make it happen!
Bonus #2: Seed Schedule Worksheet
I developed this Seed Schedule to help keep me on track for when I need to plant each kind of seed indoors and when I can transplant them to outdoor containers or even to a full garden. I would be lost without this seed schedule!
Bonus #3: Preserving Guide Worksheet
This worksheet came into existence when I was sick and tired of letting my hard work and my garden go to waste. One huge benefit of container gardening to me is that I can dry, can, freeze, and dehydrate my garden and have vegetables all year long! But that also means that I have 50 pounds of tomatoes that are ripe at once!
This Preserving Guide has everything I need to plan my garden in such a way that I can work on preserving my harvest bit by bit all summer and it’s not overwhelming and none of my produce goes to waste due to poor timing!
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