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Sow Simple: 100+ Green and Easy Projects to Make Your Garden Awesomeby Christina Symons
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Plants thrive thanks to back-sparing and thrifty techniques for propagation, fertilization and transplanting, plus tips on beneficial fungi and bugs, magical mulches, edible weeds, water-wise wildflowers and native plants. Design-wise, make a spectacular entrance with a living gate, or see how easy it is to create a vertical or rooftop garden, a whimsical water garden or a stone courtyard. Home-crafted concrete troughs stuffed with succulents stand strong alongside dry-stack stone walls, and simple ideas for playhouses, gazebos and backyard benches will keep readers busy through all seasons. Sow Simple invites all gardeners, whether they have a large acreage or a tiny urban oasis, to have fun, experiment and see how wonderful it can be to spend time in the garden.
To contact the authors and find out more about their latest gardening adventures, please visit their blog: everydayeden.com!
Gillespie and Symons inspire and delight with another gorgeous collection of tips, tricks and projects that are sure to increase enjoyment of outdoor spaces, save money and sustain the environment.
About the Author
Christina Symons is a professional freelance writer and
photographer specializing in garden, food and lifestyle topics. She has contributed to numerous publications including the Vancouver Sun, Globe & Mail, Coast Reporter, GardenWise, BC Business, Canadian Family, Style at Home, Canadian House & Home and BC Home. As the Good Taste (food and entertaining) and Home Front (décor and design)columnist for TVWeek magazine, Christina reaches over 370,000 readers per week.John Gillespie is a professional landscape designer and horticulturalist, certified master arborist and green roof technician, with a passion for sustainable living. John offers land development and garden planning, design and installation services through his professional practice, Landwise Consultants. He regularly presents on gardening topics and writes for the Coast Reporter.
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