Vertical Gardening:The Beginner’s Guide To Organic & Sustainable Produce Production Without A Backyard (vertical gardening, urban gardening, urban homestead, Container Gardening Book 1)

Produce Massive Yields with Your Vertical Garden!

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    • One with Nature?
  • and Abundant?

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Community Review

  • This book is aimed at a novice in a gardening with a limited space. However the book is missing diagrams or photos one would expect in a guide aimed at a beginner or any do-it-yourself project. The only photo in the book is cover image! In addition to missing photos and diagrams this book does not go into many details and just gives one a list (a paragraph for each) the type of things you can use to build your vertical garden and the type of vegetables you can grow. Quite a bit of space is wasted on listing positives of growing vegetables and advice like keep track of your plants to spot deceases. Things like that felt like the author was just trying to expand the length of the book with common sense basics.
  • Very basic. Tries to be a good guide for a novice but lacks basic info, like pot sizes or how to string up plants, which is info a beginner needs to know. A starting point but you’re likely going to need other references ..
  • This is very much a book for beginner gardeners. It will get you starting to think like a gardener. There are no plans which is good for creative planning with what you have, instead of trying to fit your circumstances to what a garden “should” look like.
  • The information contained in this book was fairly accurate ,but very incomplete to be useful to a beginner. Only because of my sixty years of experience was I able to fill in some of the gaps. Especially annoying to me, was the missing data on individual plant depth and distance apart for the different vegetables mentioned, when planted in pots, troughs, and pouches. I liked the author’s idea of of using pvc pipe as plant ” bushes” and I would add that a gardener could use them indoors,” planted ” in a grow bag full of gravel, on a saucer.
  • Mostly general information, no pictures or plans to make this vertical garden. Sounds more like a container type garden to me . I didn’t really get anything useful from this book, I don’t consider myself a experienced Gardner but the book was way to vague to help anyone. I wouldn’t recommend it except as an encouraging reason to start.

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