In today's uncertain world, it's more important than ever to learn how to grow your own food to avoid shortages - either natural or man-made. Join the surging grassroots movement to grow healthy, organic food for your family - even if you have no space or experience.
Vegetable gardening usually conjures up images of rural farms or sprawling, manicured, suburban backyards and hours of weeding, tending and harvesting - a hobby that's only available to those who have money, leisure time and space.
In today's gardening world, that couldn't be farther from the truth.
In fact, it's easier and more affordable to get started with gardening than it's ever before - even when you have no experience. In fact, home vegetable gardening surged to new heights during the 2020 pandemic. Maybe you were a first-time gardener too. Now, armed with knowledge, you'll be able to grow vegetables - even if you live in an urban apartment or condo - even if the only space you have is your front steps, balcony or windowsill.
Using pots and containers you already have around your home, you can make the most of the space you have while cultivating a bountiful harvest of fresh food to share with your family and friends. You'll never worry about shortages and your family going hungry again
Container gardening offers the ideal solution for new and experienced gardeners alike, who are looking to use their time efficiently while keeping their shelves and freezer stocked with healthy, organic fruits and vegetables
In only a matter of hours, you can set-up the perfect growing conditions in your home, following the easy-to-follow guidelines for selecting location and plants, assessing sunlight, and properly watering.
Researching and preparing for your garden may seem like a daunting task, but Luke Potter is here to take the stress out of the equation so you can enjoy the process. And succeed
In How to Grow Vegetables in Pots and Containers, you'll discover:
- How succession planting will maximize your harvest without overwhelming your garden or demanding too much of your time
- The difference between seeds and seedlings -- and how know which you should plant
- How to identify the ideal planting location for your new vegetable garden that will make the most use of your space while encouraging your plants to thrive
- Advice for growing on balconies, patios, windowsills, and other ideal growing spaces you didn't even realize you had
- The reason growing organic vegetables has such a positive impact on the world on both an individual and a global scale
- How to grow more food from leftover food
- Easy-to-follow instructions for canning, drying, freezing and dehydrating to preserve your harvest into the winter months
- Bonus Step by step instructions for growing and harvesting radishes - with results in as little as 21 days
And much more
Even if you love the idea of having a home vegetable garden, you may be thinking to yourself, "Can I really do this?" Maybe you don't have the best track record of keeping plants alive, or maybe you've tried to grow vegetables in the past with little success.
This time, there's a difference.
Armed with tried-and-true techniques employed by gardeners around the world, you'll find yourself feeling confident and at ease as you get started with growing your own food. Better yet, you can get started with materials you already have on hand - no need to break the bank or lose your sanity Like others, you'll find vegetable gardening reduces stress and lifts your spirits