With a growing family we enjoy a lot of organic food and it would be great if we had our own organic food garden. We sure would save money.
But at this moment in time we do not have a garden (we are in an apartment) but because of this site I have received questions by email as to how to start an organic garden. I am no expert gardener since I have only worked in friend’s gardens but I do know that creating an organic food garden must include ideas like purifying the soil, choosing the right plants for the area you live in due to the climate, how to get ride of insects without synthetic insecticides and more.
If you are interested to learn more about how to create an organic food garden I took some time and did some research to see what books are available on the market. Indeed, since I am not a gardener I can’t be sure; however, I came up with the following list you can check out.
Please look and let me know which you think are worthwhile investments and I will spread the word.
Here is the list:
Grow Great Grub Organic Food from Small Spaces
When you stop by amazon via the link below you can read the positive feedback about this over 200 page gardening book. Indeed, it appears you can Grow Great Grub: Organic Food from Small Spaces
The Organic Gardener’s Handbook
This book covers natural pest and disease control and more to help you create your own successful organic garden. Follow the link to details and comments on The Organic Gardener’s Handbook
Apparently a very good general knowledge and practical guide. Maybe you will like the book Rodale’s Ultimate Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening
Organic Gardening For Dummies
Again the title pushes people away but the Dummies series are in my experience easy to follow and offer practical ideas so I would not be surprised if you found great value in Organic Gardening For Dummies
Organic Gardening Made Easy
Okay, this is not a book, Its a DVD. For those of us who would like to see a video and not read another book on organic gardening this could be the key. This how to DVD features a master gardener. Follow this link to learn more about Organic Gardening Made Easy
Best of Success to you,
By the way, if you don’t want to garden but you are prepared to make a one digit investment you can get over FORTY ways to save on the cost of organic foods. Check out the e-book How to Buy Organic Food Inexpensively today. It can help you save time and money and support your health.