Susan Colleen Browne
Publisher: Whitethorn Press
Pages: 93

From the author of the “Little Farm” homesteading memoirs comes a friendly, down-to-earth little guide for starting and maintaining a thriving food garden. Right now, we’re in the middle of a global health crisis—and perhaps you’re feeling helpless and anxious about the future. But there is something you can do about this tragic, unforeseen situation: Grow some of your own food—in a pot, a small plot, or a garden. In these uncertain times, producing your own food supply can also be a source of comfort...and enjoyment. In Little Farm in the Garden, Susan shares the evolution of her own homestead garden with warmth and humor. She also covers how to get started on your own food garden with basic nut-and-bolts like selecting crops, raising food chemical-free, and challenges you might encounter.If you’ve read Susan’s Little Farm memoirs, this booklet can be a handy addition ...
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