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Many people try planting roses, but before the beauties
bloom the bushes become dried sticks
without a touch of green.
Others try planting corn, squash, beans and
all sorts of vegetables and their gardens don't produce
a single kernel.
Maybe the soil was a problem so other
would-be gardeners try potted plants instead, and they
die. Someone suggested trying to grow a cactus,
and the cactus died. Hard to kill a cactus? I did it.
Needless to say - friends eventually quit suggesting things for
Does this sound a little bit familiar? How lucky have
you been trying to grow flower or vegetable plants for
your home? It's a lot like my experiences -
I really wanted to see a little healthy green
plant growing happily in my apartment. I wanted fresh
herbs for my table, so some years back, I tried window
sill herb gardening. The herbs grew ok for awhile, but
eventually dried out in the sun. More bad luck and wasted money.
I gave up on growing plants for awhile, and then the urge hit me again. Research on the
Internet lead to many wonderful resources on gardening
and even landscaping, so I really dug in and started
building a complete gardening library - to use and share
with my gardening friends.
All of this collected information is available through many of my
websites as Newsletters, electronic online courses,
reports on related topics, and downloadable electronic
The American Gardener is one of
those books. It was written in 1854 by William
Cobbett and is now in the public domain and has been
converted into electronic format for your enjoyment,
(unfortunately, the ebook copyright
prohibits giving it away)
The American Gardener provides over 150 pages of helpful
gardening 'how to' information, and tips that will help
you grow plants with ease without them dying like they
did for me!
Even if you're a professional gardener, you'll find many
tips to help better your growing success!
Here's What You'll Find In
The American Gardener
Choosing the right location on your property for growing
plants. You'll find in depth information on slope of
your land, and what spot is best for growing
Preparing the soil properly to provide nutrition for
Fencing techniques for your garden. I LOVE this section.
The author provides humorous techniques for using
hawthorn trees as fencing, to keep troublesome children from
stealing their fruits and vegetables! You do not need to
spend hundreds for a chain link, wooden or brick fence.
Use hawthorn trees and with a little love and time
you'll have a fence that will make your neighbors green
Designing, or laying out, your garden so that it's
pleasing to the eye yet functional as well.
how to make hotbeds, so that you can start
your vegetables earlier in the season and have edible
produce as many as 15 days earlier than normal! This can
be a moneymaker if you sell produce. Be the first in
your neighborhood to have fresh green tomatoes and
Learn the benefits of
operating a hobby greenhouse, and
how it can be beneficially to your household.
Learn about true seeds and the soundness of seed. You'll
learn how to test seed before you plant them, to
determine if you have good seed or bad. Some seed will
not grow if it's bad, and by using a simple technique
you can throw out the bad instead of laboring with
planting them only to find no lovely sprouts growing
where they were sowed.
proper methods for saving and preserving seed. I
find this the most fun of gardening! I now save seed
regularly and have a yard full of beautiful blooms from
seeds I have saved and sown.
Proper sowing methods
to improve your seeds
germination rate, and to ensure healthy plants. Proper
spacing and depth can mean success or failure in the
American Gardener provides
proper transplanting methods
to ensure your plants survival when moving from one area
to another. This is the chapter that covers the
information I was looking for, to ensure my Japanese
Maples survival. I now have two Japanese Maples growing
successfully in my yard, and what beauty they both
Cultivating your garden properly and methods for
tilling, trenching and sowing to ensure your gardens
Propagating methods so that you can grow many more
plants form just one stock plant. Learn propagating from
cuttings, by grafting, by using stock tress, by budding
and by layering. All of these are easy and fun methods
that you and your family are sure to enjoy!
There is a nice section on
growing grapes in minimum
space while producing so many grapes that it'll make
your mouth water!
Learn how to
successfully grow 81 different vegetables
and herbs, 26 tasty fruits and nuts and the most popular
flowers and shrubs with the most gorgeous blooms!
You are sure to love the information, guidance
and tips provided in American Gardener!
All the information you'll need to get
started is provided. No matter what type
of growing success you've had in the past, you'll find
tips and techniques to improve your growing success in
You too can grow successfully as I have, by increasing
your knowledge and putting these methods into practice
SAY NO to dying plants and SAY YES to success now!
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