Thursday, February 26, 2015

The Postage Stamp Garden - Book Review

I love gardening.  There is something greatly satisfying in growing your own produce.  It taste so much better than anything you can buy in a store and it is so much better for you especially if you go the organic route.  I have planted a large garden for years and it is a lot of hard work.  Even though I enjoy it, my health does not always cooperate.  The last couple years, by the end of the season, I find myself saying "next year I'm going to downsize".

When I had the chance to read The Postage Stamp Vegetable Garden I was super excited.  Not only do I enjoy learning new ways of gardening I really felt like this might be a method that will be beneficial to me.  I really enjoyed the book and I would love to try a postage stamp vegetable garden.

The book gives instruction on how to grow tons of organic vegetables in tiny spaces and containers.  It is chalked full of information that is valuable to any gardener and even if I decide not to try a postage stamp garden I know I will be referring back to this book for the tips it gives in growing a successful garden.

I think this is the perfect book for today's lifestyles.  Many people have small yards and busy schedules.  A postage stamp garden will not take up much room, you can even go the container route and have it on your patio.   It provides lots of produce that will benefit your family's health and save on your grocery bill and it doesn't take near the amount of time or work that a regular size garden takes.

With spring just around the corner now is the time to start planning your garden so if you are interested in planing a postage stamp garden you'll want to get this book now so you can start enjoying delicious produce in the summer!

Click HERE to purchase The Postage Stamp Vegetable Garden from Amazon.

***This book was provided to me through Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Sheila!
    Greetings from Guarulhos, Brazil.
    I hope your health have improved.
    Thanks for review of of the book, I liked very much.