Is Your Location too Small to Grow a Vegetable Garden?

No space is too small for a vegetable garden that you can pick from year round. You just have to redefine “vegetable garden”.

You don’t need vast acreage to feed your families. Just yesterday I was remembering the first time I came through this part of Missouri in 1979. I came through at the end of July and I remember the numerous gardens I saw in backyards all throughout the state. That was what made me fall in love with the area, the vegetable gardens. It reminded me a lot of what I saw when I was in Canada a few years earlier. I remember rows and rows of suburban homes, each one with a vegetable garden, a couple of fruit trees, grape vines on the back fence, and some had fishponds in the yard as well. A lot of food can be grown in a relatively small space.

I published The Four Seasons Vegetable Garden early this spring detailing how anyone can grow a vegetable garden that will keep them in vegetables all year long and already, I see this book as being even more needed than ever before. Now, not only do we have the aftermath of the pandemic, but we also are facing inflation and recession. Anything that we do to increase our purchasing abilities will increase our ability to feed our families and pay the rest of the bills.

Imagine learning what foods grow in your area seasonally and learning to eat what is in season. Imagine being able to go out to your garden any time during the year, picking and eating what you’ve grown. How would you like to be able to have fresh vegetables from your garden every day all year long, no matter what the weather? The Four Seasons Vegetable Garden will show you what it takes to do exactly that.

In The Four Seasons Vegetable Garden,  you’ll learn the basics for making that happen. From this book, you’ll also learn some of the secrets to producing more than one crop from the same piece of ground. You’ll learn where to put your garden. How to utilize garden space so that you can make the best use of every inch of soil through interplanting techniques.

You’ll learn that you can grow nutritional food even in the winter no matter whether you live on a farm or in a high-rise apartment. A whole chapter is dedicated to what you can grow inside your home even if you have no acreage at all. Be sure to check out a free sample of The Four Seasons Vegetable Garden available on Amazon Kindle

Published by 1authorcygnetbrown

Author of the Historical Novel series: Locket Saga including--When God Turned His Head, Soldiers Don't Cry, the Locket Saga Continues. Book III of the Locket Saga: A Coward's Solace, Sailing Under the Black Flag, In the Shadow of the Mill Pond, and The Anvil. She has also written nonfiction books: Simply Vegetable Gardening-Simple Organic Gardening Tips for the Beginning Gardener, Help from Kelp, Using Diatomaceous Earth Around the House and Yard, Write a Book and Ignite Your Business, and Living Today, The Power of Now, The Survival Garden, The Four Seasons Vegetable Garden and soon co-authoring the first (nonfiction) book in Ozark Grannies' Secrets-Gourmet Weeds.

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