You deserve Fresh and Delicious Vegetables and Fruits.
I'm Kenneth, a gardening fanatic and the founder of Plant Gardener. My mission is to teach 100,000+ 'passionate' people how to grow their own food with easy, actionable, and exciting organic strategies.
The Organic Gardening For Beginners Ebook will guide you on the right path to growing your own food, in a small space, with what you already have. If you have been searching for answers, this eBook provides all the answers to organic gardening.
Why Organic Gardening?
Organic gardening is a process that requires a conscious approach to planting and caring for your plants. It involves learning about the composition of your soil, and choosing the proper plants to suit its conditions. Most gardens have gradients in soil quality, and different areas receive varying amounts of sunlight and moisture. By understanding these factors, you can plan your garden layout accordingly and ensure that your plants thrive.
Organic gardening protects your plants from pests and diseases. By planting plants next to each other, you can ensure that their nutrients complement each other.
Companion plants also attract beneficial insects to your garden. For example, basil planted near tomatoes attracts bees and repels mosquitoes. In addition, basil helps to add flavor to tomatoes.
What Included in the Ebook
Planning Your Garden
From companion plants to getting the soil ready, it's important to plan your garden the right way.
The Risk of Chemicals
While fertilizers and other synthetic soil foods are used commercially, it's important to know the risk of chemicals.
Making Your Own Composts
You can be intentional with the food your plants eat. Instead of using harmful chemicals, you can make your own composts from what you already have.
Pests can be annoying and destructive. But you don't always need chemicals to control them, you can do so with the right organic gardening practices.
Buy and Download The "Organic Gardening for Beginners" Ebook